Korrupte Gruppen in heutigen Unternehmen

Journal Article or Monograph

Title: Korrupte Gruppen in heutigen Unternehmen
Year: 2004
Authors: Eisold, K.

Today, our large corporations have become, in effect, more influential and powerful than government itself. Dominated by the ideology of the marketplace, governments are reluctant to curb corporations. In an era of globalization, deregulation, and privatization, moreover, they are increasingly unable to assert control, given the capacity of multinational corporations to move their resources across national boundaries as well as to dominate electoral and legislative processes through their financial contributions and lobbying power. At the same time, the forces of 'investor capitalism' driving corporations to maximize profits and increase 'shareholder value' create a crisis of social responsibility.

Keywords: Corruption, organizational power, stakeholder value, profit
Language: German

Journal: Freie Assoziation
Volume: 7
Issue: 2
Start page: 9
End page: 20
Publisher ID:

Submitted by:
Anne C. Fruge
Faculty and Supervisor
The William Alanson White Institute

Corresponding author: Kenneth Eisold

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