Corporate Governance und Stakeholder-Ansatz: Implikationen für die betriebliche Finanzwirtschaft

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Springer-Verlag, 2013 M03 7 - 245 pages
Paul Wentges arbeitet die unternehmenstheoretischen Wurzeln des Shareholder-Value-Konzepts und des Stakeholder-Ansatzes im Hinblick auf die Corporate-Governance-Thematik heraus und leitet Handlungsempfehlungen für die Konzipierung von Corporate-Governance-Systemen ab.

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Page 16 - The main reason why it is profitable to establish a firm would seem to be that there is a cost of using the price mechanism.
Page 26 - It is clear that an alternative form of economic organisation which could achieve the same result at less cost than would be incurred by using the market would enable the value of production to be raised. As I explained many years ago, the firm represents such an alternative to organising production through market...
Page 89 - It remains only for the claims of the community to be put forward with clarity and force. Rigid enforcement of property rights as a temporary protection against plundering by...
Page 19 - Institutions are the humanly devised constraints that structure political, economic and social interaction. They consist of both informal constraints (sanctions, taboos, customs, traditions, and codes of conduct), and formal rules (constitutions, laws, property rights).
Page 77 - Few trends could so thoroughly undermine the very foundations of our free society as the acceptance by corporate officials of a social responsibility other than to make as much money for their stockholders as possible.
Page 89 - It is conceivable — indeed it seems almost essential if the corporate system is to survive — that the "control" of the great corporations should (we) develop into a purely neutral technocracy, balancing a variety of claims by various groups in the community and assigning to each a portion of the income stream on the basis of public policy rather than private cupidity (pp.
Page 99 - Unternehmensethik umfaßt alle durch dialogische Verständigung mit den Betroffenen begründeten bzw. begründbaren materialen und prozessualen Normen, die von einer Unternehmung zum Zwecke der Selbstbindung verbindlich in Kraft gesetzt werden, um die konfliktrelevanten Auswirkungen des Gewinnprinzips bei der Steuerung der konkreten Unternehmensaktivitäten zu begrenzen
Page 17 - All that is stated in the contract is the limits to what the persons supplying the commodity or service is expected to do. The details of what the supplier is expected to do is not stated in the contract but is decided later by the purchaser. When the direction of resources (within the limits of the contract) becomes dependent on the buyer in this way, that relationship which I term a 'firm
Page 91 - A stakeholder in an organization is (by definition) any group or individual who can affect or is affected by the achievement of the organization's objectives.
Page 89 - When a convincing system of community obligations is worked out and is generally accepted, in that moment the passive property right of today must yield before the larger interests of society. Should the corporate leaders, for example, set forth a program comprising fair wages, security to employees, reasonable service to their public, and stabilization of business...

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PD Dr. Paul Wentges habilitierte sich an der Fakultät für Mathematik und Wirtschaftswissenschaften der Universität Ulm.

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