This book is a guide through the historical, legal and institutional background of corporate governance debates. It explains the three broad views on the relationship among the governance, performance, and competitiveness of corporations. Blair argues that the suspicion that financial interests may be at odds with social goals lurks behind some of the more heated debates, particularly those surrounding anti-takeover laws, executive compensation schemes, and the growing activism of financial institutions
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