The theory of pluralism in corporate governance: A conceputal framework and empirical test [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 14 (10):789 - 804 (1995)
Abstract
The concept of pluralism in corporate governance is stated as an emergent theory. Grounded in the concept of enhancing the input of various stakeholders and lessening the control of managers in corporate governance, the theory is the foundation of proposed legal changes in corporate governance and the board of directors. While more pluralistic control has been conceptually linked to improved social performance of the firm, this proposition is not supported in an empirical investigation.
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