November 10, 2021
Frank Shostak explores the background and results of Klaus Schwab’s « Stakeholder Capitalism », including current and potential problems stemming from its implementation.
November 08, 2021
Pershing Square Capital Management’s founder Bill Ackman joins the growing debate on inflation, stating that stakeholder capitalism will make inflation ‘persistent and growing’—not ‘transitory’.
September 22, 2021
The World Economic Forum has announced the continued growth of the coalition of companies supporting the Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics Initiative.
September 14, 2021
Jessica Lynd and Walter Spak of White & Case have published on JDSupra.com an overview of the transition from Milton Friedman's "shareholder primacy" doctrine to the recent movement that shifts corporate focus from "shareholder primacy" to stakeholder capitalism, whose goal, according to the World Economic Forum, is to seek long-term value creation by taking into account the needs of all their stakeholders, and society at large.
September 08, 2021
Alex Edmans, a Professor of Finance at London Business School and Academic Director of the Centre for Corporate Governance explores the impact on capitalism of the Business Roundtable Statement two years after it was redefined and put in place.
August 25, 2021
R. Edward Freeman, professor at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and pioneer of the theory of Stakeholder Capitalism explores, in an interview with justcapital.com, the history of the theory, current debate, and his opinion that now that the discussion is mainstream, there is no going back.
July 07, 2021
As the global debate continues about what content the more than 4.7 billion internet users should be able to create, see, and share online, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has published a new report, Advancing Digital Safety: A Framework to Align Global Action
July 05, 2021
At the recent talks held by Paris-based Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development the majority of the countries, with the exception nine countries including Hungary, Estonia, and Ireland, negotiated a global overhaul of cross-border taxation of multinationals backing new rules where companies are taxed a tax rate of at least 15%.
June 22, 2021
Joel Kotkin, writing for The Claremont Institute, explores how, as property and power further consolidate in the U.S., “diffusion of power” erodes and autocracy develops, creating a new alliance between large corporate powers, Wall Street, the government and media.
June 07, 2021
Google's parent company Alphabet faced several complaints at its annual meeting from shareholders who attacked the tech giant over its lack of efforts combating misinformation, establishing whistleblower protections and human rights.