A Review of the Enterprise Theory: Formation, Essence, Boundary and Goal
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Keywords

Enterprise theory
Enterprise contract theory
The enterprise view of stakeholders’ collective choice

DOI

10.36922/ssr.v4i1.1314

Abstract

Based on the formation, essence, boundary and goal of different enterprise theories as the review object, this paper reviews the enterprise theory of neoclassical economics. It is the four mainstream schools of enterprise contract theory and the enterprise theory of stakeholder collective choice. Additionally, it includes a brief and pertinent evaluation and comparison of these views.

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