9780754673378

Looking Beyond Profit: Small Shareholders and the Values Imperative

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  • ISBN13:

    9780754673378

  • ISBN10:

    0754673375

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-01-28
  • Publisher: Ashgate (GOW)

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Summary

Looking Beyond Profit argues against the common belief that maximisation of wealth is the primary concern of ordinary small shareholders when they make their share-buying decisions. This novel in-depth study of small shareholders provides both theoretical and empirical insights into their personal values and attitudes to corporate social responsibility (CSR) which are major influences on the type of companies that they invest in. In other words, financial risk and return are far from being the only factors that determine small shareholders' investment decisions. The book will be of great interest to scholars and students of corporate governance as well as corporate investment managers and ethical finance advisers.

Table of Contents

Preface
How much do we know about ordinary small shareholders?
Values for oneself and values for others
Dealing with stakeholders
The first strand - shareholders' values
The second strand - qualities of directors
The third strand - shareholders' CSR concerns
Merging the three strands
Impact of values
Debunking the ordinary-investor stereotype
Trends and developments
References
Appendix
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