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Chapter 5: Regulating corporate governance in the public interest: the case of systemic risk
5. R egulating corporate governance in the public interest: the case of systemic risk1 Steven L. Schwarcz There has long been a debate whether corporate governance law should require some duty to the public. The accepted wisdom is not to require...
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