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The government as dominant shareholder

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on Domestic Policy

The government as dominant shareholder

how should the taxpayers" ownership rights be exercised? : hearing before the Subcommittee on Domestic Policy of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on Domestic Policy

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Published by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial policy,
  • Troubled Asset Relief Program (U.S.),
  • Investment of public funds

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesU.S. government as dominant shareholders, US government as dominant shareholders
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF27 .O942 2009d
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25322489M
    ISBN 100160890179, 0160889588
    ISBN 109780160890178, 9780160889585
    LC Control Number2011451751
    OCLC/WorldCa740506165

    The U.S. Corporate Governance System. Today’s U.S. corporate governance A set of fiduciary and managerial responsibilities that bind a company’s management, shareholders, and the board within a larger societal context that is defined by legal, regulatory, competitive, economic, democratic, ethical, and other societal forces. system is best understood as the set of fiduciary and.   But for all publicly held corporations, financial and industrial, a dominant, recurring theme has been to "improve" the process of corporate governance by mandating an enhanced role for.

    Shareholder governance. In liberal models of capitalism, such as Great Britain and the United States, shareholder governance is the dominant company form. On this model, companies exist to serve the interests of shareholders. Shareholders are deemed to be the owners of a firm, which means that they are supposed to enjoy rights over governance as well as the surplus generated from the firm.   The origin of 'the world’s dumbest idea’: maximizing shareholder value: The idea got going with an article by Milton Friedman in the New York Times in The economic consequences were Author: Steve Denning.

    About the Stakeholder Theory. Stakeholder Theory is a view of capitalism that stresses the interconnected relationships between a business and its customers, suppliers, employees, investors, communities and others who have a stake in the organization. Chapter 1 SHAREHOLDER VALUE AND CORPORATE PURPOSE The idea that management's primary responsibility is to increase value has gained widespread acceptance in the United States since the publication of Creating Shareholder Value in With the globalization of competition and capital markets and a tidal wave of privatizations, shareholder value rapidly is capturing the attention of Released on: Decem


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The government as dominant shareholder by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on Domestic Policy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Table 1 also gives the type of dominant shareholder by country. Of the dominant shareholders, are individuals or families, are privately held operating or holding companies, are privately held financial institutions, and are by: It is shown that for generic economies, a majority rule equilibrium for a firm implies that production is optimal for the largest, or dominant, shareholder.

Finally, a more realistic control mechanism is considered in which majority voting by shareholders is constrained by a group of shareholders, or Board of Directors, who control the voting.

Get this from a library. The government as dominant shareholder: how should the taxpayers' ownership rights be exercised?: hearing before the Subcommittee on Domestic Policy of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session.

[United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. the bailout our government has become a controlling shareholder in Citigroup, AIG, Bank of America, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, General Motors, GMAC, and a host of other TARP recipients. Some political leaders have argued that since the government owns these companies, it should seek to control their day-to-day business decisions.

Government as dominant shareholder (DLC) (OCoLC) Online version: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on Domestic Policy. Government as dominant shareholder (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource.

Dominant Shareholders, Corporate Boards and Corporate Value: A Cross-Country Analysis Abstract We investigate the relation between corporate value and the fraction of independent directors in firms with a dominant shareholder across 22 countries.

We find a positive relation, especially in countries with weak legal protection for shareholders. It is unfortunate that while our government is handing out hundreds of billions of dollars to bail out other industries, that a bit more attention was not given to accelerate the new regulations - as a result, the E&P industry will face massive ceiling test write-downs and other impairments this year-end and billions of dollars of shareholder book value will be forever lost.'.

This book offers a succinct, practical guide for understanding what some have referred to as shareholder democracy--efforts to facilitate and increase shareholder voting power within the corporation.

In the past few years there has been a surge in shareholder activism that has had a /5(4). of Indian companies. First are the public sector units (PSUs) where the government is the dominant (in fact, majority) shareholder and the general public holds a minority stake (often as little as 20%). Second are the multi national companies (MNCs) where the foreign parent is the dominant (in most cases, majority) shareholder.

Review of the book by Gerald F. Davis Myron M. Miller “The Vanishing American Corporation” First, this is a book that should be read, and re-read, by all those currently involved in business, NGOs and government. Perhaps even more importantly, it should be read by all university faculty and the students of today and tomorrow.

by: -Public firms often have a dominant shareholder, frequently a bank-Frequently there is less emphasis on shareholder value than in U.S.

firms, although this may be changing as German firms are gravitating toward U.S. governance mechanisms. Corporate Governance in India: Disciplining the Dominant Shareholder Abstract The nascent debate on corporate governance in India has tended to draw heavily on the large Anglo-American literature on the subject.

This paper argues however that the corporate governance problems in India are very different. Shareholder Primacy Threatens Our Constitution. In his latest book, that depends entirely on the vibrancy of a dominant middle class.

Other Author: Peter Georgescu. One perspective is for businesses to consider business and government on “two sides” and in opposition to each other. Some have argued that this was the prevailing dominant mainstream business view in the aftermath of the Great Recession at the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century.

Introduction. Desai et al. () articulate that a state is “de facto the largest minority shareholder in almost all corporations” by virtue of its claim on firms’ cash flows via taxes.

Thus, the state plays a significant role in corporate governance regardless of actual equity ownership structure, and the influence of the state increases with direct by: When the Government is the Controlling Shareholder Marcel Kahan & Edward Rock Abstract As a result of the bailouts, the United States Government is now the controlling shareholder in AIG, Citigroup, GM, GMAC, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Corporate law provides a complex and comprehensive set of standards of conduct to protect non. who oppose the dominant shareholder-focused conception of the firm.

First, stakeholder theorists have underestimated the extent to which share-holder interests and shareholder control are crucial to furthering the interests of other stakeholders of the firm.

Every one of the stakeholders of Enron was harmed when its senior managers conspiredCited by:   In what would be a first for India, a minority foreign investor, and that too a hedge fund looking for capital gains, has challenged the right of the government to pursue policies it presumes are in t.

The proper role of government in a capitalist economic system has been hotly debated for centuries. Unlike socialism, communism, or fascism, capitalism does not assume a role for a coercive.

Thus, it has been used to argue in favor of the shareholder conception that is now dominant, even though it contains, as we shall see, a conception of the corporation that is radically different to the contractualist view that underpins the current doctrine of shareholder primacy.

Weinstein, O. (). focus on dominant shareholders', as opposed to managerial self-dealing, be- cause it is a well-known fact that in the three countries we consider even the largest listed corporations have often dominant shareholders.

4 When this is.Google and its subsidiary companies, such as YouTube, have removed or omitted information from its services to comply with its company policies, legal demands, and government censorship laws.

Google's censorship varies between countries and their regulations, and ranges from advertisements to speeches. Over the years, the search engine's censorship policies and targets have also differed, and.Stančić, P., M. Čupić, S. Barjaktarović Rakočević, S. Benković: Dominant shareholders, board structure and bank performance: evidence from Serbia 53 | Industrija, Vol.

40, No. 2, significantly influence performance of a bank with a dominant shareholder operating in country with weak protection of File Size: 1MB.