As the argument for stakeholder capitalism gains ground, are the UK’s corporate governance code and regulatory environment ready for the revolution?
It’s almost a month since the UK general election and already the policies on corporate governance reform paraded by the main parties as part of their manifestos seem like a fading memory.
But not for everyone. At least one academic this week attempted to resurrect discussion of the reform proposals outlined by Labour and the Liberal Democrats.
Adonis Pegasiou, an expert in politics and economics blogging for the London School of Economics, made a plea for continued debate on corporate governance reform, arguing that it would be a mistake to to write them off as “socialist fantasies”.
Indeed, he argued that Theresa May had push
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