If the goal of codetermination is to curb excessive political power, it may be sufficient to impose mandates that affect only a handful of the largest corporations, without making codetermination a generalized feature of the US corporate landscape.

“To protect democracy from excessive corporate power, it would be sufficient to impose mandatory codetermination at a handful of the nation’s largest corporations. In other words, the United States could make use of codetermination to curb excessive corporate power without making codetermination a general feature of its corporate landscape.”