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While other books on this infamous scandal have focused on the personalities involved, "Enron: Corporate Fiascos and Their Implications" presents Enron as the quintessential case study of corporate greed. Utilizing essays written by leading scholars and experts in the corporate and legal fields, this significant new text examines the causes and consequences of Enron’s failure from business, financial, legal and ethical viewpoints.
"Enron: Corporate Fiascos and Their Alternatives" details the lessons to be learned, and includes sections on "Enron and the Business World," "Enron and The Legal Environment" and "Enron and Ethics."
Editors Nancy Rapoport and Bala Dharan – as Houston-based professors of law and business respectively, offer a unique perspective on this notorious national scandal. Contributors include distinguished law professors John C. Coffee Jr., a corporate finance and securities regulation expert from Columbia University; John H. Langbein, an authority on pensions and employee benefits laws at Yale University; and Deborah L. Rhode, a scholar of ethics and professional responsibility at Stanford University.
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