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Mayer of the Sad Business School at Oxford is one of the world s foremost critics of the idea that the aim of companies is to maximise shareholder value This, he argues cogently, represents a betrayal of one of humanity s most extraordinary inventions Martin Wolf, Books of the Year , The Financial Times A remarkable and radical new book Martin Wolf, The Financial Times Mayer s manifesto recasts the company s place in society Andrew Edgecliffe Johnson, the Financial Times His Colin Mayer s book is a resounding paean and radical road map towards a bright future for the corporation and capitalism Andrew Hill, The Financial Times Excellent a vitally important subject and it s a really well written book Diane Coyle, The Enlightened Economist A book that will transform the attitudes and perspectives of corporations Robert L Brown, Juriste International A powerful reply to the steadily increasing criticism of free market business So far, the defenders of capitalism have failed to find a convincing voice or to offer any significant ways to improve how business is perceived Now Colin Mayer provides answers and a coherent manifesto for change Peter Chadwick, IEDP Book Reviews Our world does not have long for business to escape itsyear long capture by the Chicago school This book is an historic milestone in economic theory because it marks the final nail in Milton Friedman s intellectual coffin It does this by illuminating a pragmatic pathway for business and policy makers to follow, to escape an anachronistic orthodoxy that is killing our beautiful planet and our precious communities They must study it closely and then move fast, so that we all and those who come after us might avoid calamity and, instead, prosper James Perry, Chairman of Cook Here is the case for reinventing the corporation so that it serves human well being Colin Mayer shows both why an exclusive focus on shareholder value is damaging, and how purposeful changes could support trustworthy corporations that combine social and business benefits Baroness Onora O Neill of Bengarve, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge In his humane and readable book, Colin Mayer makes a compelling case for a new concept of the corporation, and the need to treat corporate purpose as farthan shareholder value In showing how restoring trust is key to a true future prosperity, it will reframe much of our thinking on this central subject The Hon Mr Justice William Blair, High Court Judge of England and WalesColin Mayer is the Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies at the Sad Business School at the University of Oxford He is a Professorial Fellow and Sub Warden of Wadham College, Oxford and an Honorary Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford and St Anne s College, Oxford He was appointed CBE for services to business education and the administration of justice in the economic sphere inColin Mayer was the first professor at the Sad Business School, and the first Director of the Oxford Financial Research Centre He was also previously the Peter Moores Dean of the Business School He was a Harkness Fellow at Harvard University, a Houblon Norman Fellow at the Bank of England, and Leo Goldschmidt Visiting Professor of Corporate Governance at the Solvay Business School, Universit de Bruxelles He is the academic lead for the British Academy s Future of the Corporation research programme, which addresses the changing relationship between business and societyMayer of the Sad Business School at Oxford is one of the world s foremost critics of the idea that the aim of companies is to maximise shareholder value This, he argues cogently, represents a betrayal of one of humanity s most extraordinary inventions Martin Wolf, Books of the Year , The Financial Times A remarkable and radical new book Martin Wolf, The Financial Times Mayer s manifesto recasts the company s place in society Andrew Edgecliffe Johnson, the Financial Times His Colin Mayer s book is a resounding paean and radical road map towards a bright future for the corporation and capitalism Andrew Hill, The Financial Times Excellent a vitally important subject and it s a really well written book Diane Coyle, The Enlightened Economist A book that will transform the attitudes and perspectives of corporations Robert L Brown, Juriste International A powerful reply to the steadily increasing criticism of free market business So far, the defenders of capitalism have failed to find a convincing voice or to offer any significant ways to improve how business is perceived Now Colin Mayer provides answers and a coherent manifesto for change Peter Chadwick, IEDP Book Reviews Our world does not have long for business to escape itsyear long capture by the Chicago school This book is an historic milestone in economic theory because it marks the final nail in Milton Friedman s intellectual coffin It does this by illuminating a pragmatic pathway for business and policy makers to follow, to escape an anachronistic orthodoxy that is killing our beautiful planet and our precious communities They must study it closely and then move fast, so that we all and those who come after us might avoid calamity and, instead, prosper James Perry, Chairman of Cook Here is the case for reinventing the corporation so that it serves human well being Colin Mayer shows both why an exclusive focus on shareholder value is damaging, and how purposeful changes could support trustworthy corporations that combine social and business benefits Baroness Onora O Neill of Bengarve, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge In his humane and readable book, Colin Mayer makes a compelling case for a new concept of the corporation, and the need to treat corporate purpose as farthan shareholder value In showing how restoring trust is key to a true future prosperity, it will reframe much of our thinking on this central subject The Hon Mr Justice William Blair, High Court Judge of England and WalesColin Mayer is the Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies at the Sad Business School at the University of Oxford He is a Professorial Fellow and Sub Warden of Wadham College, Oxford and an Honorary Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford and St Anne s College, Oxford He was appointed CBE for services to business education and the administration of justice in the economic sphere inColin Mayer was the first professor at the Sad Business School, and the first Director of the Oxford Financial Research Centre He was also previously the Peter Moores Dean of the Business School He was a Harkness Fellow at Harvard University, a Houblon Norman Fellow at the Bank of England, and Leo Goldschmidt Visiting Professor of Corporate Governance at the Solvay Business School, Universit de Bruxelles He is the academic lead for the British Academy s Future of the Corporation research programme, which addresses the changing relationship between business and society


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