The Constitutional Corporation: Rethinking Corporate Governance

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - Business & Economics - 200 pages
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This book argues that instead of consigning shareholders to a passive role, they should be given opportunities to be active members of corporations. The ideas of accountability, deliberation and contestability provide a valuable framework for assessing corporate structures and process and for encouraging greater shareholder participation.
 

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Contents

1 Corporations and Shareholders
1
2 From Contract to Constitution
19
3 Corporate Constitutionalism
53
4 Corporate Accountability
77
5 Corporate Decisions and Deliberation
111
6 Contesting Corporate Decisions
143
7 The Prospects for Corporate Constitutionalism
169
Index
181
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