But social objectives can be a liberating principle as well. Free of bureaucratic micro management, and perhaps subject to review and reporting on a periodic basis, requiring businesses to adopt something like a broad stakeholder model and reject the traditional shareholder or investor model of conventional enterprises, can provide the values based foundation for assessing the value of enterprise activity that can much more efficiently produce socially useful objectives than the traditional system of control and regulation managed by state bureaucrats. The reason for this is simple--incorporating a stakeholder model as the foundational basis of the assessment of the value of enterprise activity internalizes the values and objectives of socially conscious activities. As a consequence monitoring and management costs (to the state) are reduced substantially as the objective becomes internalized and self managed. That, for e3xample, is the objective of moves outside of Cuba to provide a regulatory space for socially conscious enterprises. (See, e.g., Edward Waitzer on Fiduciary Duty and Corporate Social Responsibility; Are Benefit Corporations a Step in the Right Direction?, Law at the End of the Day, March 6, 2012). The difficulty of traditional control policies is that it remains something that is exogenous to the cultures of enterprises, is imposed and controlled by state actors who are not intimately connected with enterprise activity and who may impose transaction costs int he form of corruption. In effect, because the enterprise itself does not own its own obligation to increase stakeholder (or social) value, and because it appears alien to the operation--something imposed by an outside actor--it will not be easy to internalize the values of social welfare within the cultures of enterprise operation. The concern with the system created by the Decree-Law, then, is precisely this--it points to a system of internalizing the requirements of stakeholder operations while retaining the inefficient structures of control of the specific implementation of social objectives through state management and control.That is the tension between the potential expressed in the Article 2 principles and the regulatory impositions of Article 11 (below) and the implementing regulations (Council of Ministers--Decreto No. 309) discussed below.