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Ethical CorporationA stunning critique of the shareholder supremacy theory of corporate law, complete with practical and progressive law reform proposals designed to get so-called 'public' corporations back into the business of promoting the public interest. . . . Arguing for a broad definition of costs and benefits, Greenfield persuasively lays out new principles for corporate law designed to serve the interests of society as a whole, while promoting both efficiency and justice. . . . Simply the best and most well-reasoned progressive critique of corporate law yet written.
— Joseph Singer