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...es. I have done just that by refuting the two strongest arguments for Shareholder Primacy, by evaluating the two strongest arguments for the stakeholder model and rebutting any counter-arguments to them. The stakeholder model also allows for larger long term profits and potentially answers the discussion for corporate social responsibility in the academic realm.
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