1 edition of Case for a Corporate Democracy Act of 1980 found in the catalog.
Case for a Corporate Democracy Act of 1980
|Statement||by Mark Green [et al.]|
|Contributions||Green, Mark J., Public Citizens Congress Watch., Council on Economic Priorities., AFL-CIO. Building and Construction Trades Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
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O n Ap Case for a Corporate Democracy Act of 1980 book Corpo- rate Democracy Act of was submitted to Con- gress for consideration. According to supporters of the legislation, the Act would serve to increase the accountability of corporate manag- ers to their various constituencies- shareholders, workers, consumers, and the members of communities affected by corporate : Gerald D.
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References * The writings on or relevant to corporate democracy are vast and dispersed. The various sources used for this article, which is drawn from “Who Should Control the Corporation,” a section of my forthcoming book Power In and Around Organizations (Prentice-Hall, Inc., ), give some idea of what is available.
Commentaries on the American debate include those of Philip Blumberg Cited by: Dealing with corporate political power. This seems to be the case for aircraft production and armaments, most of the energy sector, large parts of information technology (from computer systems.
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The media has become controlled by a handful of corporations thanks to the Telecommunications Act of Corporations and American Democracy: An Introduction Naomi R. Lamoreaux and William J. Novak onto the national stage.1 Debates about corporate personhood, corporate power, principle in the famous Dartmouth College case inand that principle remained the basicFile Size: KB.