RAIDERS, TARGETS, AND POLITICS: THE HISTORY AND FUTURE OF AMERICAN CORPORATE CONTROL

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  • John Pound

    1. Associate Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Corporate Voting Research Project at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
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      This interpretative essay draws on accumulated work on corporate governance and corporate control contained in both the legal and financial literature, as well as my own research on the history of the market for corporate control. It also draws on my experience as an adviser to institutional investors and a participant in proxy activity.


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