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Forcing Shareholder Engagement: A Study on the Theoretical Underpinning and Political Ambitions


January 2019 | Governance Matters

Since share ownership and the proprietary rights that come from such ownership do not lead to shareholder duties, there seems to be no justification for criticizing shareholders for being absent or passive owners.



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