By Susanne Soederberg
Despite the impression enterprises wield over all elements of way of life, there was a amazing absence of severe inquiry into the social structure of this energy. In analysing the advanced dating among company energy and the common phenomenon of proportion possession, this ebook seeks to map and outline the character of resistance and domination in modern capitalism.
Drawing on a Marxist-informed framework, this booklet reconnects the social structure of company energy and altering different types of shareholder activism. unlike different texts that take care of company governance, this examine examines a various and complete set of topics, from socially accountable making an investment to labour-led shareholder activism and its barriers. via this bold and significant examine, writer Susanne Soederberg demonstrates how the company governance doctrine represents an inherent function of neoliberal rule, successfully disembedding and depoliticising family members of domination and resistance from the broader energy and paradoxes of capitalism.
Examining company governance and shareholder activism in a few assorted contexts that come with the U.S. and the worldwide South, this significant e-book could be of curiosity to scholars and students of overseas political economic system, diplomacy and improvement experiences. it is going to even be of relevance to a much wider diversity of disciplines together with finance, economics, and company and administration studies.
Winner of the Davidson/Studies in Political economic system Award.
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Corporate Power and Ownership in Contemporary Capitalism: The Politics of Resistance and Domination (RIPE Series in Global Political Economy) by Susanne Soederberg