Definitions

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  • noun The act of holding a stake (in a business or similar operation), of being a stakeholder.

Etymologies

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stake +‎ holding

Examples

  • In 2009 the Fundamental Rights Agency invited all "stakeholding" nongovernmental organizations from EU countries to submit applications for membership in the Platform.

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  • He is credited, or blamed, for inventing the term "stakeholding".

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  • My sole reservation with Mr. Webb's essay is that the "stakeholding" device, by which Paulson demanded that the nine largest American banks sell the government "shares" in their assets, is not, as he claims, an instance of communism.

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  • My sole reservation with Mr. Webb's essay is that the "stakeholding" device, by which Paulson demanded that the nine largest American banks sell the government "shares" in their assets, is not, as he claims, an instance of communism.

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  • My sole reservation with Mr. Webb's essay is that the "stakeholding" device, by which Paulson demanded that the nine largest American banks sell the government "shares" in their assets, is not, as he claims, an instance of communism.

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  • But during the past decade, stakeholding has been gaining ground in America and the world.

    Bruce Ackerman: Democratizing Wall Street?

  • Regardless of the government's stakeholding, keeping independent management is important, the veteran banker said, noting that he feels he has been let to handle the business freely.

    Japan Bank Will Consider Additional Loans for Tepco

  • The potential deal would be part of Nissan and its French alliance partner Renault ' s plan to increase their stakeholding in AvtoVAZ and ramp up its presence in the strategically important Russian auto market.

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  • However, I would like all this to be achieved by voluntary agreements between the people involved, because they perceive that it is in their best interests, rather than being forcibly imposed by the state, as stakeholding theorists believe it should be.

    [long termism] the incentives need to be attractive

  • However, I would like all this to be achieved by voluntary agreements between the people involved, because they perceive that it is in their best interests, rather than being forcibly imposed by the state, as stakeholding theorists believe it should be.

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