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On the tyranny of shareholders and the paradox of reverse agency (access required)

The increasing pressure from shareholders is resulting in company executives making strategic decisions more frequently. Shareholders, enabled by technology, have a better view into the company’s ongoing affairs, are more capable of voicing their concerns, and are able to more quickly invest in or divest from publicly listed companies. It is not a revival of ...

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