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2010

Language of Economics
The emergence of economics as the overwhelming language of public dialog. Bob Monks, December 22, 2010.

Shareholder Rights Bill of 2010
"So, after the judiciary [in Citizens United] had put a stake in the heart of corporate governance, the legislative branch finished the process. --Bob Monks, 12/22/10

Modern Myths
In this era of excessive corporate power you get healthcare dominated by insurance companies, wars dominated by defense manufacturers and financial crisis dominated by banks.
-- Robert AG Monks on November 15, 2010.

Elephant in the Room: Globalization
Bob Monks on globalization as a political issue and why political leaders are not addressing it.
November 1, 2010.

Elephant in the Room
Bob Monks on globalization as a political issue and why political leaders are not addressing it.
November 1, 2010.

Corporate Governance Relevance
Bob Monks talks about the current state of Corporate Governance and what must be done to keep the idea relevant.

The New Global Investors: How Shareowners can Unlock Sustainable Prosperity Worldwide [PDF]
From society’s perspective, the splitting of the corporate atom has engendered grievous loss. Enterprise was allowed to grow based on a self-regulating relationship to society and the environment – Adam Smith’s “invisible hand.” The melting away of shareholder responsibility with the proliferation of numerous owners has left society the poorer. As skyrocketing CEO salaries show, resources are enriching corporate leaders rather than providing returns to owners – and thus society.

Supreme Court Power
"The law is what five judges on the Supreme Court say it is." Bob Monks discusses Citizens United and the power of the Supreme Court. July 26, 2010.

Corporate Domination of U.S. Government
Citizens United creates the prospect of government dominated by business.

Business Power Over Government
"The political systems seems to be simply a vehicle through which the business community expresses its power..." --

State Of Corporate Governance
A failed model: Bob Monks discusses the current state of Corporate Governance

Corporate State
"The incompatibility of democracy and corporate power has long been observed..."

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