The Role of Large Enterprises in Democracy and Society

The Role of Large Enterprises in Democracy and Society

English | 30 July 2010 | ISBN: 0230229182 | 317 Pages | PDF | 1.42 MB

Lobbying - is it a natural outcome of the deocratic process or is this an abuse of democratic balance between particular interests? Is it possible to define a core common interest in the nexus of particular interests of various stakeholders and internalize it under the higher value concept of common good?
In answering a general question about the role of large enterprises in society, this book uses political and democratic studies perspectives as well as economic, philosophical and managerial to provide practical insight into issues such as the extensive economic power of large enterprises and the changing balance of power between public and private sector.

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