Corporate Democracy - A Transitional Step from Authoritative Power to Democratic

Valentin Y. Lyubashits, Alexey Y. Mamychev, Anastasiya S. Kaminskaya, Maria K. Filippova

Abstract


The present paper considers "corporate democracy" as a political and legal and social and economic a phenomenon. The last one as the authors think acts is a transitional step from authoritative power to democratic. The paper analyzes the processes of democratic institutes formation in the transition period, in detail considers the role of institutes of the state in this process. It also examines changes which happened in property relations in the Russian Post-Soviet political and legal organization of society. The paper describes the merger process of bank and industrial capitals to the state in its specific "transitional" form, and also the feature of political and economic development of Russia in the transitive period. It proves that formation of society of owners is the indispensable basis of free democratic society, and establishment of the real property right will allow creating full-fledged civil society independent from the state. Thus, the paper points out that the "corporate" structures as a component of the system of functional representation are intermediate formation and they can be turned into both parties - both to "democracy of owners", and administrative "operated democracy".

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s3p282


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