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Will Corporations Deliver Value to All Stakeholders?

Published on: Aug 05, 2021

Amid growing concerns for the effects that corporations have on stakeholders, supporters of stakeholder governance encourage society to rely on corporate leaders to use their discretion to protect stakeholders, and they seem to take corporate pledges to do so at face value. By contrast, critics of stakeholder governance question whether corporate leaders have incentives to protect stakeholders and doubt the reliability of pledges by corporate leaders to do so. This publication provides empirical evidence that can contribute to resolving the debate between these rival views.


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