Professor of Law and Finance, The University of Arizona – James E. Rogers College of Law; Toulouse School of Economics; ECGI; American College of Governance Counsel.
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Corporate Activism, Economic Efficiency, and Democracy
Public corporations are now brandishing their political identities. They are increasingly engaging in ‘corporate activism,’ taking stands and messaging on highly charged social issues: gun control, gender and race, immigration, abortion, reproductive rights, free speech—and the list will surely grow. Critics of corporate activism typically worry that it might jeopardize firm value maximization and the … ContinuedRead the article