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  • Publisher: ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute
  • Date of last revision: 05 November 2020 13:18 Europe/Brussels
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Table of contents

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Sigurt Vitols: Introduction: a stakeholder perspective on the long-term investment debate

Andrew Johnston and Paige Morrow: Towards long-termism in corporate governance: the Shareholder Rights Directive and beyond

Janet Williamson: Chapter 2 - The Kay Review of Equity Markets – game changer or missed opportunity?

Andreas Botsch: Chapter 3 - Long-term orientation and sustainability through financial transaction taxes

Pierre Habbard: Chapter 4 - Shifting to the long-term: the road ahead

Gerald Klec and David Mum: Chapter 5 - Trade union influence on companies via pension fund investment

Jan Cremers: Chapter 6 - Workplace rights and sustainability reporting – is the workforce a well-informed stakeholder?

Ulrich Mückenberger: Chapter 7 - Can International Investment Agreements support labour standards?

Wolfgang Kowalsky: Chapter 8 - The ETUC on the way towards sustainable European employee involvement

Ieke van den Burg: Chapter 9 - Workers’ capital, corporate governance and social responsibility

Sigurt Vitols: Conclusion: the road ahead to the Sustainable Company

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