Stakeholders: Theory and Practice
There is extensive discussion of the concept of "the stakeholder" in fields such as Management, Corporate Governance, Accounting and Finance, Strategy, Sociology, and Politics, and in wider public policy debate. Yet the concept is unclear, and research around it often muddled. This book provides an analysis, classification, and critique of stakeholder theory.
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