This paper provides an overview of the rise and fall of the American energy company Enron. The paper also analyzes the impact of policy responses to the Enron scandal and attempts to explain those responses through two theoretical frameworks grounded in public policy. Seven years after the fact, the story of the meteoric rise and subsequent fall of the Enron Corporation continues to capture the imagination of the general public. What really happened with Enron? The broad purpose of this paper is to investigate the Enron scandal from a variety perspectives. The paper begins with a narrative of the rise and fall of Enron as the seventh largest company in the United States and the sixth largest energy company in the world.
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