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Democracy, citizenship, and constitutionalism.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction. Why For-Profit Corporations and Citizenship? / Greg Urban. pt. 1. Are for-profit corporations in the public interest? ch. 2. Corporate Power and the Public Good / Lynn Sharp Paine ch. 3. How Big Business Targets Children / Joel Bakan ch. 4. Corporate Social Purpose and the Task of Management / Jeffery Smith ch. 5. Corporate Purpose and Social Responsibility / Jeffrey L. Sturchio and Louis Galambos ch. 6. Education by Corporation : the Merits and Perils of For-Profit Higher Education for a Democratic Citizenry / Amy J. Sepinwall ch. 7. Enron and the Legacy of Corporate Discourse / Rosalie Genova ch. 8. Saving TEPCO : Debt, Credit, and the "End" of Finance in Post-Fukushima Japan / Hirokazu Miyazaki. pt. 2. Does government regulation of corporations promote well-being in a democratic society? ch. 9. The Rise and Embedding of the Corporation: Considerations for American Democracy and Citizenship / Walter Licht ch. 10 Citizens of the Corporation? Workplace Democracy in a Post-Union Era / Cynthia Estlund ch. 11. Politics and Corporate Governance: What Explains Policy Outcomes? / Peter Gourevitch ch. 12. The Nature and Futility of "Regulation by Assimilation" / Jonathan R. Macey ch. 13 Multinational Corporations as Regulators and Central Planners: Implications for Citizens' Voice / Katharina Pistor ch. 14. Ethnicity, Inc.: On the Affective Economy of Belonging / Jean Comaroff and John Comaroff ch. 15. Corporate Nostalgia? Managerial Capitalism from a Contemporary Perspective / Karen Ho ch. 16. Can For-Profit Corporations Be Good Citizens? Perspectives from Four Business Leaders / Nien-hê sieh.
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