Corporate Governance and the Public Interest *

  title={Corporate Governance and the Public Interest *},
  author={J. Robert Branston Keith Cowling Roger Sugden},
A theory of the firm based on strategic decision-making highlights governance as a central issue. Preferences vary over strategy but not all interests are currently being represented, resulting in a failure to govern in the public interest. As solutions, we consider the design of company law and also more immediate ways forward, focusing on regulation and democratically controlled public agencies, but stressing the fundamental significance of active, effective citizens. Throughout, the… CONTINUE READING

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