Are Corporations Really People?

In his recent book, Business Persons, a Legal Theory of the Firm, Wharton professor of ethics and legal studies Eric W. Orts answers the question: Are corporations “people?” In this Knowledge@Wharton video interview, Orts explains why corporations should be treated as “persons” in some — but not all — instances.

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