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020 _a9781316642047
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245 _aThe Cambridge Handbook of Stakeholder Theory
_cEd by Jeffrey S. Harrison, Jay B. Barney, R. Edward Freeman and Robert A. Phillips
260 _bCambridge University Press
_c2019
_aCambridge
300 _a280p
500 _aPart I - Theoretical Foundations of Stakeholder Theory 1. Stakeholder Theory* 2. Pragmatism and Pluralism 3. Critical Management Studies and Stakeholder Theory 4. Stakeholder Identification and Its Importance in the Value Creating System of Stakeholder Work Part II - Stakeholder Theory and Society 5. Sustainable Wealth Creation 6. Connecting Stakeholder Theory to the Law and Public Policy 7. Shareholder Primacy vs. Stakeholder Theory 8. Business, the Natural Environment, and Sustainability Part III - Stakeholder Theory in the Business Disciplines 9. Motivating Boundary-Spanning Employees to Engage External Stakeholders 10. Stakeholder Value Equilibration and the Entrepreneurial Process 11. Stakeholder Theory and Accounting 12. The Stakeholder Perspective in Strategic Management Part IV - Stakeholder Theory in Education and Practice 13. Stakeholder Theory in Management Education 14. The Practice of Stakeholder Engagement1 Part V - New Voices in Stakeholder Thinking 15. Considering a Behavioral View of Stakeholders 16. Behavioral Stakeholder Theory 17. Sketches of New and Future Research on Stakeholder Management 18. Contextual Richness at the Core of New Stakeholder Research
600 _aOrganizational sociology
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700 _aHarrison, Jeffrey S.
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700 _aBarney, Jay B.
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700 _aFreeman, R. Edward
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700 _aPhillips, Robert A.
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