The Shareholder Value Myth

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Opis: The Shareholder Value Myth - Lynn A. Stout

Executives, investors, and the business press routinely chant the mantra that corporations are "owned by shareholders" and managers are obliged to "maximize shareholder value." The results have been disastrous. "Shareholder primacy" thinking causes corporate managers to focus myopically on short-term earnings reports at the expense of long-term performance; discourages investment and innovation; harms employees, customers, and communities; and causes companies to indulge in reckless, sociopathic, and socially irresponsible behaviours. In this powerful new book, distinguished legal scholar Lynn Stout proves that there is in fact absolutely no legal obligation for corporations to maximize shareholder value - people just assumed there was. Nor, she demonstrates, is it the optimal economic model - that's just another unproven assumption. And in fact, it is not the best model: Stout presents empirical evidence which shows that companies that put share value first do not outperform companies that emphasize it less. Shareholder primacy actually hurts individual investors by obscuring their specific, diverse interests in the name of serving a hypothetical, homogeneous, abstract shareholder. Stout looks at new theories that not only better serve the needs of real human beings who invest, but of corporations and society as well. "A must-read for managers, directors, and policymakers interested in getting America back in the business of creating real value for the long term."--Constance E. Bagley, Professor, Yale School of Management; President, Academy of Legal Studies in Business; and author of Managers and the Legal Environment and Winning Legally "A compelling call for radically changing the way business is done..., The Shareholder Value Myth powerfully demonstrates both the dangers of the shareholder value rule and the falseness of its alleged legal necessity."--Joel Bakan, Professor, The University of British Columbia, and author of the book and film The Corporation "Lynn Stout has a keen mind, a sharp pen, and an unbending sense of fearlessness. Her book is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the root causes of the current financial calamity."--Jack Willoughby, Senior Editor, Barron's"Lynn Stout offers a new vision of good corporate governance that serves investors, firms, and the American economy."--Judy Samuelson, Executive Director, Business and Society Program, The Aspen Institute


Szczegóły: The Shareholder Value Myth - Lynn A. Stout

Tytuł: The Shareholder Value Myth
Autor: Lynn A. Stout
Producent: Berrett-Koehler Publishers Inc. San Francisco
ISBN: 9781605098135
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 120
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.2 kg


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The Shareholder Value Myth

Executives, investors, and the business press routinely chant the mantra that corporations are "owned by shareholders" and managers are obliged to "maximize shareholder value." The results have been disastrous. "Shareholder primacy" thinking causes corporate managers to focus myopically on short-term earnings reports at the expense of long-term performance; discourages investment and innovation; harms employees, customers, and communities; and causes companies to indulge in reckless, sociopathic, and socially irresponsible behaviours. In this powerful new book, distinguished legal scholar Lynn Stout proves that there is in fact absolutely no legal obligation for corporations to maximize shareholder value - people just assumed there was. Nor, she demonstrates, is it the optimal economic model - that's just another unproven assumption. And in fact, it is not the best model: Stout presents empirical evidence which shows that companies that put share value first do not outperform companies that emphasize it less. Shareholder primacy actually hurts individual investors by obscuring their specific, diverse interests in the name of serving a hypothetical, homogeneous, abstract shareholder. Stout looks at new theories that not only better serve the needs of real human beings who invest, but of corporations and society as well. "A must-read for managers, directors, and policymakers interested in getting America back in the business of creating real value for the long term."--Constance E. Bagley, Professor, Yale School of Management; President, Academy of Legal Studies in Business; and author of Managers and the Legal Environment and Winning Legally "A compelling call for radically changing the way business is done..., The Shareholder Value Myth powerfully demonstrates both the dangers of the shareholder value rule and the falseness of its alleged legal necessity."--Joel Bakan, Professor, The University of British Columbia, and author of the book and film The Corporation "Lynn Stout has a keen mind, a sharp pen, and an unbending sense of fearlessness. Her book is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the root causes of the current financial calamity."--Jack Willoughby, Senior Editor, Barron's"Lynn Stout offers a new vision of good corporate governance that serves investors, firms, and the American economy."--Judy Samuelson, Executive Director, Business and Society Program, The Aspen Institute

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Szczegóły: The Shareholder Value Myth - Lynn A. Stout

Tytuł: The Shareholder Value Myth
Autor: Lynn A. Stout
Producent: Berrett-Koehler Publishers Inc. San Francisco
ISBN: 9781605098135
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 120
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.2 kg


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