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  1. Alan F. Zundel (2002). Ordinary Jurisprudence and the Democratic Firm: A Response to David Ellerman. [REVIEW] Journal of Business Ethics 35 (1):51 - 56.score: 290.0
    David Ellerman has proposed an argument for the democratic firm based on a principle of ordinary jurisprudence, the principle of responsibility. The responsibility principle says that people are to be held legally responsible for the results of their intentional deliberate actions. Ellerman contends that laborers ought to constitute the firm and appropriate its whole product, because production is the intentional deliberate action of laborers. The employment contract is thus invalid, and every firm ought to be reconstructed as a partnership of (...)
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  2. Alan F. Zundel (2000). Who Owns America?: Social Conflict Over Property Rights. Environmental Ethics 22 (4):423-424.score: 290.0
  3. Alan Zundel (2000). A Half-Dozen Bold New Ideas for Spreading Capital Ownership. Business Ethics 14 (5):18-19.score: 120.0
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