Description - Entrepreneurs and Democracy by Harry Korine
What legitimizes power within a corporation? This question is of concern to the millions of citizens whose lives depend upon the fate of business corporations. The rules, institutions and practices of corporate governance define the limits of the power to direct, and determine under what conditions this power is acceptable. Effective corporate governance has long been defined in terms of economic performance. More recent studies have focused on philosophical, political and historical analyses. Entrepreneurs and Democracy unites these strands of inquiry - the legitimacy of power, the evolution of multiple forms of governance and the economics of performance - and proposes a framework for future study. It explores the opposing tensions of entrepreneurial force and social fragmentation that form the basis of legitimate corporate governance in modern societies. In doing so, it identifies a common logic that links both the democratization of corporate governance and the growth of economic performance.
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Cambridge University Press
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Author Biography - Harry Korine
Harry Korine is Teaching Fellow in Strategic and International Management at the London Business School and Senior Research Fellow at the French Corporate Governance Institute (IFGE, Lyon). In addition to his academic and consulting activities, he is the Chairman of the Board of Forma Futura Invest AG, an independent asset management firm based in Zurich. Pierre-Yves Gomez is Full Professor of Strategic Management at EM Lyon and Director of the French Corporate Governance Institute (IFGE, Lyon). He has published several award-winning books in French and English including Trust, Firm and Society (1997) and, with Harry Korine, The Leap to Globalization (2002).