Towards a common good theory of the firm: The Tasubinsa case
Keywords: 
Special employment centers
Social integration of handicapped workers
Agency theory and shareholder theory
Common good theory of the firm
Issue Date: 
2007
Publisher: 
Springer Academic Publishers
ISSN: 
0167-4544
Citation: 
Sisón, A.J.G. (2007). ""Towards a common good theory of the firm: The Tasubinsa case"". Journal of Bussiness Ethics, 74 (4), 471-480
Abstract
Tasubinsa is a "Special employment and occupational center" where 90 percent of the workers have physical, sensorial or mental impairments. Its positive experience provides different responses to neoclassical theory to basic questions such as "what is a firm", "what is its purpose", etc.

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