Description - The Political Economy of the Company by John Parkinson
Theoretical writing on the company and company law has been dominated in recent years by economics. This collection of essays by a distinguished team of authors drawn from a variety of disciplines seeks to build on the insights of this economic analysis and broaden understanding by examining the company in a wider historical, legal, political, and sociological context. Issues discussed include the attitudes of political parties in the UK to the company, the rise of the non-executive director, institutional activism and stakeholder protection, and the evolution of the nexus of contracts theory of the company. There is also a strong comparative theme, with discussions of the political and sociological context of corporate governance in France, Germany, and Japan, together with developments at the European level.
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(234mm x 156mm x 20mm)
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Author Biography - John Parkinson
John Parkinson, who died in 2004, was Professor of Law at the University of Bristol. Gavin Kelly is Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR). Andrew Gamble is Professor of Politics and Director of the Political Economy Research Centre, University of Sheffield.