By Meir Dan-Cohen
“Dan-Cohen addresses an pressing factor — the competence of our felony rules to address the social truth of large-scale organizations.... the result's a heavily reasoned argument for treating companies as tools instead of as persons.... each person drawn to the trendy ‘organizational society’ may be accustomed to this lucid and complex work.”
— Philip Selznick, Professor of legislations and Sociology, collage of California, Berkeley
“The becoming energy of enterprises is among the so much outstanding positive aspects of our lives. Meir Dan-Cohen, indicting either legislation and ethical philosophy for failing to provide bureaucracies their due, has analyzed the gaps this oversight has left in societal preparations and philosophic orientation. it's a magnificent and complete job.”
— Christopher Stone, Roy P. Crocker Professor of legislation, college of Southern California
“Dan-Cohen employs the instruments of economics, sociology, legislation, and philosophy to formulate an invaluable and insightful account of the ethical and felony prestige of organisations. it is a publication legal professionals, economists, sociologists, and philosophers will surely study from, and one they need to be troubled to read.”
— Jules L. Coleman, Professor of legislations and Philosophy, Yale college
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