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Unformatted text preview: at can we learn from Political Science? – – – – Dictators Democratically elected leaders Bureaucrats % participation in elections Is there an interest in governance? Are we fatalistic? What incents leaders to share with constituents? Copyright 2013 Copyright 2013 More . . . Monks: “Public companies . . . manager’s . . . agenda(s) differ(s) from their owners; the governance challenge is to require that resolution of conflicts be an open process between entities that are informed, motivated and empowered.” – What is: Owner agenda? Managers agenda? ‘Public policy’ agenda? ‘Entities’ agenda? Monks ­ agenda? Proposes a committee to represent shareholder interests to the board? Is the corporate charter process for corporations a viable model for the future? Would National or Regional charters be an improved foundation for corporate governance? – Can the market place exercise controls acceptable to owners/managers/other stakeholders – Can Agency costs be shared? Copyright 2013 Copyright 2013 Issue: Does the internal/external power of large organization...
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