The corporation has become an immensely powerful entity in modern life. With the focus on economic growth as the primary objective of states and the adoption of capitalism as the almost universal economic model, society is more reliant on corporations than ever before. The corporation may have had a modest beginning as the preferred agent of the state to undertake limited tasks such as building a railroad or managing debt, but today it pervades everything we do. In such circumstances, it is not surprising that there is increasing attention towards how the corporation functions.
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