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Taming the giant corporation

Author: Ralph Nader; Mark J Green; Joel Seligman
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©1976.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Five years in the preparation, Taming the Giant Corporation is the culminating product of Ralph Nader's examination of governmental and business irresponsibility. It explains in readable detail not only how our megacorporations abuse their power, but also what we -- our government, our citizens -- can do about it. Nader, Green, and Seligman argue that we need to rethink and redesign corporate law.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph Nader; Mark J Green; Joel Seligman
ISBN: 0393087530 9780393087536 9780393008722 039300872X
OCLC Number: 2372760
Description: 312 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The case for federal chartering --
I. The corporate impact --
II. The collapse of state corporation law --
III. The federal chartering alternative --
The content of federal chartering --
IV. Who rules the corporation? --
V. Corporate secrecy vs. corporate disclosure --
VI. "Constitutionalizing" the corporation: An employee bill of rights --
VII. Corporate monopoly: Failure in the marketplace --
How and why it will work --
VIII. Jurisdiction and enforcement --
IX. The case against federal chartering.
Responsibility: Ralph Nader, Mark Green, Joel Seligman.

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"A book no one interested in business and public policy can afford to ignore." -Business Week  Read more...

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