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Shareholder-Driven Stakeholderism

Shareholder-Driven Stakeholderism

…o hold companies more accountable to all stakeholders. Stakeholderism: Are We Done Yet? PwC’s 2019 Annual Corporate Directors Survey: The collegiality conundrum: finding balance in the boardroom, which collected the views of over 700 public company di…

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Dan Boxer's Business Law Seminar

…….98 a. ASamplingofLegalisticApproachestoStakeholderAnalysis……..98 b. Good Management or Business Stakeholder Considerations……….101 iv c. CorporateResponsibility,Social,Moral,EthicalandGlobal Stakeholder Imperatives……………………………………………102 2. Some Legal H…

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Shareholders v Stakeholders

Shareholders v Stakeholders

…investment opportunities. Shareholders v stakeholders does not need to be a dividing line if stakeholders are also shareholders. By limiting shareholder liability, corporations have been the greatest engine of wealth generation ever devised. However,…

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Tobacco Investments: CalPERS Webinar

…ents/divestment and accept comments from stakeholders. The timeframe to obtain feedback from “stakeholders” seems absurd. Registration assumes those participating in the webinar will come primarily from “companies,” since registration requires partici…

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March 2008

…: Managing for Stakeholders Managing for Stakeholders: Survival, Reputation, and Success by R. Edward Freeman, Jeffrey S. Harrison, and Andrew C. Wicks. Generally, I am suspicious of any book touting a stakeholder model over one grounded on shareowner…

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Review: The Corporate Objective

…g how EMS can be enforced, an area where stakeholder theory has long fallen short. Although I have my doubts Keay’s vision will be fully embraced anytime soon, his book does more than plants seeds, it points to systematic measureslay the groundwork fo…

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Why Grow Up? between what is and what ought to be

What Ought to Be: Why Grow Up?

…elly recognizes the problems inherent in stakeholder theory but finds one often overlooked stakeholder group stands out — employees. Employees and investors present an interesting comparison. Employees typically invest a great deal where they work. Ma…

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October 2008

…makes it more difficult for these other stakeholders to depend on management, which raises the stakeholders’ agency costs.” He argues that building the interests of non-equity investors into the firm is more efficient that relying completely on exter…

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Concentration of Wealth

Concentration of Wealth

…ciety. Shift from Shareholder Primacy to Stakeholder Governance Stakeholder Approach: Moving away from the traditional shareholder primacy model, which prioritizes maximizing shareholder value, to a stakeholder governance model can help address inequa…

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A New Strategy to Fight Citizens United

…See also A Brief Comment on Greenfield’s Stakeholder Strategy by Stefan Padfield: “…granting stakeholders a right of action to enforce the obligation helps negate a typical criticism of more traditional stakeholder statutes, which is that they primari…

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Capitalists Arise - Monthly Surplus

Capitalists Arise!: Serve Stakeholders

…t. CEOs and boards felt an obligation to stakeholders, in large part, because stakeholders were powerful. They had to pay attention to them. Now, the main power left standing is that of shareholders. Georgescu’s ideal companies run the gamut, from Alp…

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Transform the Nominating Committee

…lty, not to the CEO/Chairman, but to the stakeholder representatives on the nominating committee. A shareholder/stakeholder-based nominating committee would need specific rules of committee governance to integrate the different perspectives on desirab…

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S&P Global 2021

S&P Global 2021 Proxy Votes

…nable wealth creation, and treat all its stakeholders with equal respect. In its opposition statement, S&P Global demonstrates it has not considered the gap between what it is doing to address stakeholder interests and what it could do as a PBC. Most…

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What Does it Profit?

What Does It Profit Podcast

…? In 2021, shareholder activists put the stakeholder governance paradigm to the test, and JP Morgan said, no. The whole issue got us thinking. It’s time for an update on this new vision for a stakeholder approach to corporate governance. We talk with…

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The Failure of Corporate Law

The Failure of Corporate Law

…iary duties to include workers and other stakeholders. Relaxation of profit maximization norm and support for stakeholder statutes. A federal law that protects workers from fraud, similar to SEC Rule 10b-5 that protects investors. More efficient labor…

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Archives: November 2008

…procally dependent on the flourishing of stakeholder-constituents. Under a liberal-minimalist approach to corporate citizenship, each constituent is invited to actively participate in the deliberation and execution of the common corporate good. But no…

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Yelp 2021

Yelp 2021 Transtion to PBC

…nable wealth creation, and treat all its stakeholders with equal respect. Yelp’s opposition statement fails to consider the gap between what it can do to address stakeholder interests as a conventional corporation and what it could do as a PBC. Most Y…

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GRI Conference Report

…bility reporting practitioners and their stakeholders are encouraged to provide feedback on the G3.1 content proposals via an online public survey. On Tuesday, the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP), KPMG Sustainability, the University of Ste…

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