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Description de l’éditeur

Corporate governance now is strongly controlled by a «caste» of financial investors that forgets employees and other stakeholders as well as society at large. This control is a major cause of our current crisis and of a growing disbelief in modern capitalism. Why and how did this happen? A renowned American historian of management, Robert R. Locke, develops a well-argued and powerful point of view about the limits of financial investor capitalism and shows that more balanced models should be explored, like family business as well as Geman and/or Japanese corporate governance.

GENRE
Entreprise et management
SORTIE
2012
29 février
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
58
Pages
ÉDITIONS
Boostzone Editions
TAILLE
867,1
Ko