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why might profit maximisation be considered inappropriate by a firms stakeholders other than shareholders

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why might profit maximisation be considered inappropriate by a firms stakeholders other than shareholders

why might profit maximisation be considered inappropriate by a firms stakeholders other than shareholders

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Profit maximization is often considered inappropriate by a firms stakeholders (like the government or the company's employees) other than shareholders because stakeholders have more of an embedded, and oftentimes less-financial interest in the company than shareholders, who can invest in a company without really caring much about what the company does.
Profit maximization usually involves risk, which can be riskier for the stakeholder than the shareholder.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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