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David Friedman on Stockholders vs Stakeholders

David Friedman weighs on on an interesting issue; Should stakeholders [all people affected by the corporation’s decisions] be given more protection or a bigger say in how corporations are managed? First a Friedman primer on what incentive issues exist in … Continue reading

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Credit Crisis Ground Zero – Fannie Mae

We are smack-dab in the middle of setting the conventional wisdom for the financial crisis. The argument on the left is that due to deregulation, unrestrained capitalism [greed etc] has failed us. That argument, which includes people not normally on … Continue reading

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