The analyses collected here comment on the impact Freeman's book - and stakeholder theory more generally - has had upon the fields of management and organizational ethics. This study also includes original responses from Freeman himself. As the conversation about stakeholders hits its academic and popular stride, this timely volume provides both a retrospective of stakeholder theory's history as well as a guide to the questions that are likely to emerge during the next quarter century, providing a new foundation for future theory and practice.
This volume will be an indispensible resource for any serious scholar working in the area of stakeholder theory. Additionally, because the language of managing stakeholder relationships is becoming increasingly popular, practicing executives and NGO members will find this an exceptional and informative reference.
Contributors include: S.L. Berman, D.A. Bosse, T. Donaldson, H. Elms, R.E. Freeman, J.S. Harrison, E.M. Hartman, M.E. Johnson-Cramer, T.M. Jones, M. Patzer, A.G. Scherer, P.H. Werhane
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