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Q: Before the development of ______, managers and owners of organizations were the same people. Answer venture capitalists proprietorships partnerships large corporations
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User: Before the development of ______, managers and owners of organizations were the same people. Answer venture capitalists proprietorships partnerships large corporations

User: The ______ approach to corporate management is considered simplistic because it assumes that there are no external consequences to the actions of the corporation. Answer Shareholder Social contract Economic Instrumental

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The Social contract approach to corporate management is considered simplistic because it assumes that there are no external consequences to the actions of the corporation.


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