Stakeholders : [Research Reviews]

Marguerite Schneider (2002), 'A Stakeholder Model of Organizational Leadership', Organization Science, 13 (2), March-April, 209-20 -- R. Edward Freeman and Robert A. Phillips (2002), 'Stakeholder Theory: A Libertarian Defense', Business Ethics Quarterly, 12 (3), July, 331-49 -- R...

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Main Author: Phillips, Robert
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Other Authors: Freeman, R. Edward
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham Edward Elgar 2010
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Summary:Marguerite Schneider (2002), 'A Stakeholder Model of Organizational Leadership', Organization Science, 13 (2), March-April, 209-20 -- R. Edward Freeman and Robert A. Phillips (2002), 'Stakeholder Theory: A Libertarian Defense', Business Ethics Quarterly, 12 (3), July, 331-49 -- Richard A. Wolfe and Daniel S. Putler (2002), 'How Tight Are the Ties that Bind Stakeholder Groups?', Organization Science, 13 (1), January-February, 64-80 -- Robert Phillips, R. Edward Freeman and Andrew C. Wicks (2003), 'What Stakeholder Theory is Not', Business Ethics Quarterly, 13 (4), October, 479-502 -- Timothy J. Rowley and Mihnea Moldoveanu (2003), 'When Will Stakeholder Groups Act? An Interest-and Identity-based Model of Stakeholder Group Mobilization', Academy of Management Review, 28 (2), April, 204-19 -- Robert Phillips (2003), 'Stakeholder Legitimacy', Business Ethics Quarterly, 13 (1), January, 25-41 --
Russell W. Coff (1999), 'When Competitive Advantage Doesn't Lead to Performance: The Resource-Based View and Stakeholder Bargaining Power', Organization Science, 10 (2), March-April, 119-33 -- Shawn L. Berman, Andrew C. Wicks, Suresh Kotha and Thomas M. Jones (1999), 'Does Stakeholder Orientation Matter? The Relationship Between Stakeholder Management Models and Firm Financial Performance', Academy of Management Journal, 42 (5), October, 488-506 -- Thomas M. Jones and Andrew C. Wicks (1999), 'Convergent Stakeholder Theory', Academy of Management Review, 24 (2), April, 206-21 -- Stuart Ogden and Robert Watson (1999), 'Corporate Performance and Stakeholder Management: Balancing Shareholder and Customer Interests in the U.K. Privatized Water Industry', Academy of Management Journal, 42 (5), October, 526-38 --
Mary Sully de Luque, Nathan T. Washburn, David A. Waldman and Robert J. House (2008) 'Unrequited Profit: How Stakeholder and Economic Values Relate to Subordinates' Perceptions of Leadership and Firm Performance', Administrative Science Quarterly, 53, December, 626-54
Anant K. Sundaram and Andrew C. Inkpen (2004), 'The Corporate Objective Revisited', Organization Science, 15 (3), May-June, 350-63 -- R. Edward Freeman, Andrew C. Wicks and Bidhan Parmar (2004), 'Stakeholder Theory and "The Corporate Objective Revisited"', Organization Science, 15 (3), May-June, 364-9 -- Anant K. Sundaram and Andrew C. Inkpen (2004), 'Stakeholder Theory and "The Corporate Objective Revisited": A Reply', Organization Science, 15 (3), May-June, 370-71 -- Cheryl Carleton Asher, James M. Mahoney and Joseph T. Mahoney (2005), 'Towards a Property Rights Foundation for a Stakeholder Theory of the Firm', Journal of Management and Governance, 9, 5-32 -- John F. McVea and R. Edward Freeman (2005), 'A Names-and-Faces Approach to Stakeholder Management: How Focusing on Stakeholders as Individuals Can Bring Ethics and Entrepreneurial Strategy Together', Journal of Management Inquiry, 14 (1), March, 57-69 --
Margaret M. Blair (1998), 'For Whom Should Corporations Be Run? An Economic Rationale for Stakeholder Management', Long Range Planning, 31 (2), 195-200 -- Thomas Donaldson and Lee E. Preston (1995), 'The Stakeholder Theory of the Corporation: Concepts, Evidence, and Implications', Academy of Management Review, 20 (1), January, 65-91 -- Ronald K. Mitchell, Bradley R. Agle and Donna J. Wood (1997), 'Toward a Theory of Stakeholder Identification and Salience: Defining the Principle of Who and What Really Counts', Academy of Management Review, 22 (4), October, 853-86 -- Robert A. Phillips (1997), 'Stakeholder Theory and a Principle of Fairness', Business Ethics Quarterly, 7 (1), January, 51-66 -- Timothy J. Rowley (1997), 'Moving Beyond Dyadic Ties: A Network Theory of Stakeholder Influences', Academy of Management Review, 22 (4), October, 887-910 -- Jeff Frooman (1999), 'Stakeholder Influence Strategies', Academy of Management Review, 24 (2), April, 191-205 --
Recommended readings (Machine generated): R. Edward Freeman (1984), 'Stakeholder Management: Framework and Philosophy', in Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach, Chapter 3, Boston: Pitman, 52-82, references -- R. Edward Freeman and William M. Evan (1990), 'Corporate Governance: A Stakeholder Interpretation', Journal of Behavioral Economics, 19 (4), 337-59 -- R. Edward Freeman (1994), 'The Politics of Stakeholder Theory: Some Future Directions', Business Ethics Quarterly, 4 (4), October, 409-21 -- Margaret M. Blair (1995), 'Whose Interests Should Corporations Serve?' in Ownership and Control: Rethinking Corporate Governance for the Twenty-First Century, Chapter 6, Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, 202-34, references -- Thomas M. Jones (1995), 'Instrumental Stakeholder Theory: A Synthesis of Ethics and Economics', Academy of Management Review, 20 (2), April, 404-37 --
James P. Walsh (2005), 'Book Review Essay: Taking Stock of Stakeholder Management', Academy of Management Review, 30 (2), April, 426-38 -- Thomas M. Jones, Will Felps and Gregory A. Bigley (2007), 'Ethical Theory and Stakeholder-related Decisions: The Role of Stakeholder Culture', Academy of Management Review, 32 (1), 137-55 -- Jerry D. Goodstein and Andrew C. Wicks (2007), 'Corporate and Stakeholder Responsibility: Making Business Ethics a Two-way Conversation', Business Ethics Quarterly, 17 (3), 375-98 -- R. Edward Freeman (2007), 'Managing for Stakeholders', from 'The Purpose of the Corporation', Chapter 2, in Tom L. Beauchamp (ed), Norman E. Bowie (ed), and Denis G. Arnold (ed) (eds), Ethical Theory and Business, 8th edn, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 56-68 --
Richard Marens and Andrew Wicks (1999), 'Getting Real: Stakeholder Theory, Managerial Practice, and the General Irrelevance of Fiduciary Duties Owed to Shareholders', Business Ethics Quarterly, 9 (2), April, 273-93 -- Thomas A. Kochan and Saul A. Rubinstein (2000), 'Toward a Stakeholder Theory of the Firm: The Saturn Partnership', Organization Science, 11 (4), July-August, 367-86 -- Michael C. Jensen (2002), 'Value Maximization, Stakeholder Theory, and the Corporate Objective Function', Business Ethics Quarterly, 12 (2), April, 235-56 -- S. Venkataraman (2002), 'Stakeholder Value Equilibration and the Entrepreneurial Process', Ethics and Entrepreneurship (Ruffin Series in Business Ethics), 3, 45-57
Physical Description:xviii, 665 p
ISBN:9781785362316