Chapter 5 Notes on an alternative corporate law theory
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This chapter wraps up the previous ones by offering thoughts on future research. It analyzes the dominant concepts of progress and development, advancing a suggestion that the main school of thought in corporate governance has achieved the status it has due to its strengths. However, in the spirit of heterodoxy that permeates the book, the chapter also looks at the negative consequences and contradictions of the mainstream school of thought. Then, building on this analysis, the chapter continues by theorizing about why it is necessary to approach corporate governance from as many useful views as possible.

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