Cambridge Handbook Of Stakeholder Theory
A comprehensive foundation for stakeholder theory, written by many of the most respected and highly cited experts in the field.
|Titel:||Cambridge Handbook Of Stakeholder Theory|
|auteur:||Harrison, Jeffrey S. (EDT)/ Barney, Jay B. (EDT)/ Freeman, R. Edward (EDT)/ Phillips, Robert A. (EDT)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|NUR:||Bestuurs- en beleidskunde|
|Afmetingen:||174 x 247 x 10|
'The meteoric rise of stakeholder theory lights up every nook and cranny of business. It thrusts long neglected issues into the spotlight: the cooperative element of business success, the status of shareholder primacy, and the nature of the 'value' in 'value creation'. In this volume, a luminary cast of authors answers the latest questions driving the field, including the boundaries of the firm and the question of single versus pluralistic value creation. I encourage anyone who hopes to navigate the powerful current of stakeholder ideas to put this book at the top of their reading list. I predict it will become a touchstone for years to come.' Thomas Donaldson, Mark O. Winkelman Professor, University of Pennsylvania
1. Stakeholder theory Robert A. Phillips, Jay B. Barney, R. Edward Freeman and Jeffrey S. Harrison; 2. Pragmatism and pluralism: a moral foundation for stakeholder theory in the twenty-first century Paul C. Godfrey and Ben Lewis; 3. Critical management studies and stakeholder theory: possibilities for a critical stakeholder theory Michelle Greenwood and Raza Mir; 4. Stakeholder identification and its importance in the value creating system of stakeholder work Ronald K. Mitchell; 5. Sustainable wealth creation: applying instrumental stakeholder theory to the improvement of social welfare Thomas M. Jones and Jeffrey S. Harrison; 6. Connecting stakeholder theory to the law and public policy Andrew C. Wicks, F. A. Elmore and David Jonas; 7. Shareholder primacy vs stakeholder theory: the law as constraint and potential enabler of stakeholder concerns David Rönnegard and N. Craig Smith; 8. Business, the natural environment, and sustainability Jacob Hörisch and Stefan Schaltegger; 9. Motivating boundary-spanning employees to engage external stakeholders: insights from stakeholder marketing C. B. Battacharya and Daniel Korschun; 10. Stakeholder value equilibration and the entrepreneurial process S. Venkataraman; 11. Stakeholder theory and accounting Samantha Miles; 12. The stakeholder perspective in strategic management Douglas A. Bosse and Trey Sutton; 13. Stakeholder theory in management education Irene Henriques; 14. The practice of stakeholder engagement Johanna Kujala and Sybille Sachs; 15. Considering a behavioral view of stakeholders Jonathan Bundy; 16. Behavioral stakeholder theory Donal Crilly; 17. Sketches of new and future research on stakeholder management Sinziana Dorobantu; 18. Contextual richness at the core of new stakeholder research Lite J. Nartey.
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