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Trends in the Distribution of Stock Ownership

Author : Edwin Burk Cox
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Trends in the Distribution of Stock Ownership

Author : Edwin B. Cox
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Employee Stock Ownership Plans ESOP s

Author : United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee
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The American Economic Review

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Includes papers and proceedings of the annual meeting of the American Economic Association. Covers all areas of economic research.

Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power

Author : United States. Temporary National Economic Committee
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Survey of Current Business

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Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power Final Report and Recommendations

Author : United States. Temporary National Economic Committee
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Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power Final Report and Recommendations

Author : United States. Congress. House. Temporary National Economic Committee
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Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power

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The Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism

Author : James P. Hawley
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At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the structure of corporate ownership is undergoing major change. The Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism chronicles the rise of fiduciary institutions--primarily public and private pension funds--which now own almost 50 percent of the equity of American corporations. In turn, approximately 50 percent of Americans either own stock individually or, more typically, have an ownership or retirement interest in these fiduciary institutions. James P. Hawley and Andrew T. Williams argue that, because of their extensive diversification of ownership, fiduciary institutions have become "universal owners" with a significant stake in a broad cross-section of the largest publicly traded firms in the economy. Forced to evaluate portfolio-wide effects of individual firm actions, these institutions have a quasipublic policy interest in the long-term health and wellbeing of the whole society. As universal owners, fiduciary institutions are in a unique position to develop and pursue policies of virtuous efficiency, minimizing negative externalities and encouraging positive outcomes by the firms in their portfolios. In this way, they have the potential to make the firms in which they own stock more responsive to the needs of the Americans to whom they are responsible and thereby make those firms more democratic. The Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism investigates the nature of property and ownership in the modern corporate setting, the effects of the decline of traditional, personally held property in equity form, and the governance implications of the developing new form of corporate ownership.