Corporate Constitutions: Danish Models of Corporate Legitimacy and Sustainability (DAMOCLES)

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Abstract

This paper is an expression of interest for a research application for the Velux-Foundation. The core idea is to analyze Danish corporate forms as stake-holder based alternatives to the shareholder-value paradigm. The presentation will relate this to neoliberalism in the sense, that neoliberalization in Denmark (and in the Nordics) will need to be a neoliberalization of a host of different corporate forms. Generally, neoliberalism will be understood as the proliferation of one specific corporate form (the publicly traded stock corporation) to all organizations and enterprises.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2019
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventNeoliberalism in the Nordics – Developing an Absent Theme 2019 - Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg, Denmark
Duration: 2 Dec 20193 Dec 2019

Conference

ConferenceNeoliberalism in the Nordics – Developing an Absent Theme 2019
LocationCopenhagen Business School
CountryDenmark
CityFrederiksberg
Period02/12/201903/12/2019

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Hein Jessen, M., & Mulvad, A. M. (2019). Corporate Constitutions: Danish Models of Corporate Legitimacy and Sustainability (DAMOCLES). Paper presented at Neoliberalism in the Nordics – Developing an Absent Theme 2019, Frederiksberg, Denmark.
Hein Jessen, Mathias ; Mulvad, Andreas Møller. / Corporate Constitutions : Danish Models of Corporate Legitimacy and Sustainability (DAMOCLES). Paper presented at Neoliberalism in the Nordics – Developing an Absent Theme 2019, Frederiksberg, Denmark.4 p.
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Hein Jessen, M & Mulvad, AM 2019, 'Corporate Constitutions: Danish Models of Corporate Legitimacy and Sustainability (DAMOCLES)' Paper presented at, Frederiksberg, Denmark, 02/12/2019 - 03/12/2019, .

Corporate Constitutions : Danish Models of Corporate Legitimacy and Sustainability (DAMOCLES). / Hein Jessen, Mathias ; Mulvad, Andreas Møller.

2019. Paper presented at Neoliberalism in the Nordics – Developing an Absent Theme 2019, Frederiksberg, Denmark.

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Hein Jessen M, Mulvad AM. Corporate Constitutions: Danish Models of Corporate Legitimacy and Sustainability (DAMOCLES). 2019. Paper presented at Neoliberalism in the Nordics – Developing an Absent Theme 2019, Frederiksberg, Denmark.