Age of the Oligarchs
The roots of the problems in America's corporate world may lie in their ownership structure, very different from the norm in the rest of the world.
the source: “Corporate Governance, Economic Entrenchment, and Growth” by Randall Morck, Daniel Wolfenzon, and Bernard Yeung, in Journal of Economic Literature, Sept. 2005.
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