c) Does Goodpaster's nonfiduciary account of business obligations provide sufficient protection for the
interests of stakeholders other than shareholders? Does it avoid the problem of treating stakeholders as mere means to corporate ends? Give reasons for your answer.
Read the following article and answer all the questions below: K. E. Goodpaster, 'Business Ethics and Stakeholder Analysis', Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 1. (Jan., 1991), pp. 53-73.
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