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The role of community in the creation of value: the contribution of Stakeholder Theory

By James Walker

The weakness of traditional business ethics

The raw power of the markets, whether under mercantilism or capitalism, has always tussled with other powerful institutions, be they churches, philanthropic movements or governments, which have attempted to bring another set of values to bear, more human, social and compassionate. 1,732 more words

Values

Overview of the main Corporate Governance topics

Included as a preface in their forthcoming book “Understanding the company: Corporate Governance and Theory”, Barnali Choudhury and Martin Petrin offer a brief summary (1) of academic debates on the topic, mainly regarding: 638 more words

Corporate Governance Theory

What we should demand from business

I have chosen in this blog to focus specifically on issues related to cooperative and mutual businesses, but I sometimes wonder whether that’s a mistake. What I mean is that, while those of us associated with the cooperative world ponder issues such as, say, member democracy or access to capital, the rest of the business world cheerfully gets on with its work of making money for investors and shareholders. 204 more words

Co-operatives

The Value of Our Values

“Do well by doing good.”

I remember the first time I heard this phrase; it was in my marketing class at Garrett College with Professor Mike Tumbarello. 1,209 more words