Margaret M. Blair mostly deals with Corporate law, Corporate governance, Shareholder, Accounting and Value. Her study in Corporate law is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Principal–agent problem, Labour economics and Law and economics. Her Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Control, Commercial law and Public administration.
Her research in Shareholder intersects with topics in Stakeholder, Principal and Human capital. Her Accounting study combines topics in areas such as Government, Construct and Intellectual property. She interconnects Quality, Management and Scholarship in the investigation of issues within Value.
Margaret M. Blair focuses on Corporate governance, Corporate law, Shareholder, Law and economics and Corporation. The various areas that she examines in her Corporate governance study include Accounting, Public relations and Reputation. Her studies in Accounting integrate themes in fields like Corporate title and Shareholder value.
Margaret M. Blair has included themes like Theory of the firm, Agency cost, Asset and Corporate group in her Corporate law study. The concepts of her Shareholder study are interwoven with issues in Stakeholder, Value, Incentive, Marketing and Economic problem. Margaret M. Blair usually deals with Corporation and limits it to topics linked to Team production and Property.
Her primary areas of study are Supreme court, Law, Corporate governance, Corporate law and Corporation. Margaret M. Blair focuses mostly in the field of Supreme court, narrowing it down to matters related to Morality and, in some cases, Corporate social responsibility, Personhood and Corporate personhood. Her Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Commercial law and Market economy.
Her Corporate law study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Charter, Obligation, Joint-stock company, Legal structure and Law and economics. Her Corporation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Jurisprudence, Accounting and Team production. Her studies deal with areas such as Simple, Corporate group, Management, Stakeholder and Statement as well as Accounting.
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Relational Investing And Firm Performance
Sanjai Bhagat;Bernard Black;Margaret Blair.
Journal of Financial Research (2004)
Employee Ownership: An Unstable Form or a Stabilizing Force?
Margaret M. Blair;Douglas L. Kruse;Joseph Blasi.
Social Science Research Network (2000)
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