Japan Is Counting on Shareholder Activism to Improve Its Economy – Harvard Business Review


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Japan Is Counting on Shareholder Activism to Improve Its Economy
Harvard Business Review
Shareholder activism is a quintessentially American form of investing. In the U.S., CEOs live in fear of activist hedge funds, and politicians worry about their effects on workers. But the case for shareholder activism is perhaps best seen in Japan

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