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The Toxic Side Effects of Shareholder Primacy

@article{Stout2013TheTS,
  title={The Toxic Side Effects of Shareholder Primacy},
  author={Lynn A. Stout},
  journal={University of Pennsylvania Law Review},
  year={2013},
  volume={161},
  pages={2003}
}
  • Lynn A. Stout
  • Published 2013
  • Business, Law
  • University of Pennsylvania Law Review
INTRODUCTION 2003 I. SHAREHOLDER PRIMACY AS ACADEMIC CENTRAL PLANNING 2005 II. SHAREHOLDER PRIMACY BECOMES DOGMA 2007 III. SHAREHOLDER NIRVANA THREATENS CREDITOR WELFARE 2010 IV. MORE TOXIC SIDE EFFECTS FROM SHAREHOLDER PRIMACY: DAMAGE TO STAKEHOLDERS OTHER THAN CREDITORS ......... 2012 V. STILL MORE TOXIC SIDE EFFECTS: UNLEASHING SHAREHOLDER SHORT-TERMISM 2016 CONCLUSION: IS SHAREHOLDER PRIMACY TOO TOXIC? 2019 
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