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date: 10 July 2020

(p. xvii) List of Tables

(p. xvii) List of Tables

  1. 1.1 Europe’s largest corporations by industry product and origin (March 2017) 31

  2. 1.2 Asia’s largest corporations by revenues (2016) US$ billions 36

  3. 2.1 VOC dividend payments 1610–20 65

  4. 7.1 Directors’ understanding of the scope of directors’ duties 183

  5. 7.2 Priority ranking of company stakeholders 184

  6. 7.3 Analysis of business objectives for the ASX100 companies 186

  7. 12.1 The governing logic in each sphere of life under liberalism 300

  8. 12.2 The governing logic in each sphere of life under Confucianism 301

  9. 12.3 The governing logic in each sphere of life under socialism 303

  10. 12.4 The possible future logic of contract 312

  11. 13.1 CSR and the environmental and social dilemmas in the global value chain 332

  12. 13.2 Apple and Foxconn unfulfilled promises 344

  13. 13.3 Apple Inc. labor, R&D, margins, and capital spend 1992–2012 348

  14. 13.4 Apple supplier responsibility report scores 2014–16 352

  15. 14.1 The new multinational enterprises compared to traditional multinationals 371

  16. 16.1 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Shoji (later the Mitsubishi Corporation) in 1940 420

  17. 16.2 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Heavy Industry in 1940 420

  18. 16.3 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Bank in 1940 421

  19. 16.4 Major shareholders of Kyokuto Shoji (a division of the former Mitsubishi Shoji) in 1950 423

  20. 16.5 Major shareholders of Nakanihon Heavy Industry (a division of the former Mitsubishi Heavy Industry) in 1950 423

  21. 16.6 Major shareholders of Chiyoda Bank (former Mitsubishi Bank ordered to change its name) in 1950 423

  22. 16.7 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Corporation in 1972 425

  23. 16.8 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Heavy Industry in 1972 425

  24. 16.9 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Bank in 1972 425

  25. (p. xviii) 16.10 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Corporation in 1998 426

  26. 16.11 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Heavy Industry in 1998 426

  27. 16.12 Major shareholders of Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi (formerly Mitsubishi Bank) in 1998 426

  28. 16.13 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Corporation in 2018 427

  29. 16.14 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi Heavy Industry in 2018 427

  30. 16.15 Major shareholders of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (formerly Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi) in 2018 428

  31. 16.16 Share ownership in Japan since 1950 429

  32. 16.17 Adjusted shareholder distribution 431

  33. 16.18 Feature of largest shareholder 432

  34. 16.19 Changes in the number of directors and corporate auditors 435

  35. 16.20 Hierarchy within board of directors 1972 and 1998 436

  36. 16.21 Analysis of the background of Japanese board members 438

  37. 16.22 List of largest holders of 3,660 Japanese equities 439

  38. 16.23 Ratio of “for” votes cast 445

  39. 16.24 Ratio of companies under various corporate governance structures (Nikkei 225 companies) 447

  40. 17.1 Elements of the capabilities framework 465

  41. 22.1 Definitions of greenwashing 592

  42. 22.2 Common corporate product greenwashing strategies 593

  43. 22.3 Corporations committing to zero greenhouse gas emissions targets (2014–50) 622

  44. 22.4 A natural resource-based view of the firm 622

  45. 22.5 Key elements in the circular economy 626

  46. 23.1 Overview of emerging new business models for sustainability 649

  47. 25.1 Property rights in common-pool resources 703

  48. 25.2 Property rights in the business enterprise 704

  49. 25.3 Design principles for common-pool resources 704

  50. 25.4 Design principles for the law of the business enterprise 705