The Moral Economy of Corporate Governance


This book is about how these firms are imagined as moral actors, both internally and through law, and about how their moral agency must be worked on and expanded if giant firms are to address some of the tensions that they have produced and at times have been compelled to manage worldwide. The book is about how moral personhood is set out through the series of conventions that are articulated through law, contract and the firm’s internal orders.

London: Palgrave