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Stakeholder theory

Stakeholder theory

essential readings in ethical leadership and management

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Published by Prometheus Books in Amherst, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corporate governance,
  • Business ethics,
  • Social responsibility of business

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statemented. by Abe J. Zakhem, Daniel R. Palmer, Mary Lynn Stoll.
    ContributionsZakhem, Abe J., Palmer, Daniel E., Stoll, Mary Lynn.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD2741 .S7615 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17855351M
    ISBN 109781591025269
    LC Control Number2007011478


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Stakeholder theory was first described by Dr. Edward Freeman, a professor at the University of Virginia, in his landmark book, “ Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach.” It suggests that shareholders are merely one of many stakeholders in a company.

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It draws together research of over thirty years as it has been applied in a number of business contexts, in a way that allows readers to understand the evolution of theory, how it has been applied and what future avenues need exploration."Cited by: "The book is a great tool for those who want to have a deep understanding of different perspectives of stakeholder theory.

It draws together research of over thirty years as it has been applied in a number of business contexts, in a way that allows readers to understand the evolution of theory, how it has been applied and what future avenues need exploration."/5(10).

Get this book in print. Access Online via Elgaronline A metaanalysis of the pluralism in stakeholder theory. approach stakeholder concept stakeholder groups stakeholder management stakeholder orientation Stakeholder theory book relationships stakeholder research stakeholder theory Strategic Management Journal Substantive suggest suppliers.

This is the first book on stakeholder theory to propose a critical analysis, both at the macro and micro level, that is framed and guided by theory. Written to provide both order and clarity to research into the concept of the stakeholder, the book is also written as an introduction for students.

It includes chapter introductions, useful tables. InR. Edward Freeman published his landmark book, Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach, a work that set the agenda for what we now call stakeholder theory.

In the intervening years, the literature on stakeholder theory has become vast and diverse. This book examines this body of research and assesses its relevance for our understanding of modern s: 1.

InR. Edward Freeman originally detailed the Stakeholder Theory of organizational management and business ethics that addresses morals and values in managing an organization.

His award-winning book Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach identifies and models the groups which are stakeholders of a corporation, and both describes and. The stakeholder perspective is an alternative way of understanding how companies and people create value and trade with each other.

Freeman, Harrison and Zyglidopoulos discuss the foundation concepts and implementation of stakeholder management as well as the advantages this approach provides to firms and their by: 3.

InR. Edward Freeman published his landmark book, Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach, a work that set the agenda for what we now call stakeholder theory. In the intervening years, the literature on stakeholder theory has become vast and diverse.

This book examines this body of research and assesses its relevance for our understanding of modern business. Beginning with a. The purpose of this chapter is to trace the development of what has come to be known as “stakeholder theory.” We intend to accomplish this in what is perhaps an unusual manner.

To begin we go back to Freeman's original book and retell the story, told there, of the origins of the idea of by: 1. The stakeholder perspective is an alternative way of understanding how companies and people create value and trade with each other. Freeman, Harrison and Zyglidopoulos discuss the foundation concepts and implementation of stakeholder management as well as the advantages this approach provides to firms and their managers.

They present a number of tools that managers can use to implement. Stakeholder theory has laid the framework for organizations’ approach to corporate social responsibility and community engagement.

Freeman’s vocabulary has made its way into the investor briefings, public statements, and private boardrooms of the world’s most powerful companies. NOTE: This PDF preview of Stakeholder Theory: Concepts and Strategies includes only the preface and/or introduction. To purchase the full text, please clickhere.

This Book is brought to you for free and open access by UR Scholarship Repository. It has been accepted for inclusion in Bookshelf by an authorized administrator of UR Scholarship Cited by: 3. stakeholder theory (i.e. making it more transparent that using stakeholder theory to manage does not violate core principles of business law).

For example, Humber () takes the view that. Stakeholder theory argues that better long-term financial performance can be driven by how well a firm conducts its relationships with related parties (Freeman, ; Donaldson and Preston, ). In line with this theory, proponents of the value-creation approach argue that some of the financial benefits of socially responsible activities.

This book 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 : Robert A.

Phillips. This book 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.

THE STAKEHOLDER THEORY OF THE CORPORATION: CONCEPTS, EVIDENCE, AND IMPLICATIONS THOMAS DONALDSON Georgetown University LEE E.

PRESTON University of Maryland The stakeholder theory has been advanced and justified in the man- agement literature on the basis of its descriptive accuracy, instrumen- tal power, and normative validity.

This book suggests that organizations in the early twenty-first century are confronted with a unique set of moral issues requiring moral theory explicitly tailored to this set of issues and that stakeholder theory is a strong candidate of such a theory of organizational : One of the most important contributors to stakeholder theory is R.

Edward Freeman and his book Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach (). The core idea of stakeholder theory is that.

reluctance to use the word stakeholder among managers because of their concern that its meaning is unclear. Aims and Approach The primary aim of Stakeholders: Theory and Practice is to encourage the field along the first path.

This book analyses, classifies, and critiques the diffused strands of the stakeholder Size: 2MB. Edward Freeman (born Decem ) is an American philosopher and professor of business administration at the Darden School of the University of Virginia, particularly known for his work on stakeholder theory () and on business ethics.

Born in Columbus, Georgia, Freeman received a B.A. in mathematics and philosophy from Duke Alma mater: Wharton School of the University. Published Work on Stakeholder Theory () with Jacob Hörisch and Stefan Schaltegger, Applying Stakeholder Theory in Sustainability Management: Links, Similarities, Dissimilarities, and a Conceptual Framework, Organization Environment,() Management Ethics: Placing Ethics at the Core of Good Management, by Domènec Melé, Business Ethics Quarterly.

InR. Edward Freeman published his landmark book, Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach, a work that set the agenda for what we now call stakeholder theory. In the intervening years, the literature on stakeholder theory has become vast and diverse/5(13). The stakeholder theory does not provide a solid normative foundation of indentifying who can be ascertained as a stakeholder of companies.

[ ] Because of that, the concept of stakeholders is various, which means that stakeholders may not only include human-beings but also non-persons/5. Stakeholders: Theory and Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press, E-mail Citation» The authors provide an overview of work on stakeholder theory up to the date of publication.

The book connects theory with practice. Central ideas are supported by their philosophical underpinnings. Policy implications are also discussed. This book provides a broad overview of stakeholder theory, presenting it as an ethical approach to strategic management that is both pragmatic and applicable to developing democratic practices within corporations, while at the same time suggesting ways in which elements of a social contract can be elaborated within the context of globalization.

This book presents an academic introduction, presentation and argument of stakeholder theory as as a model for strategic management of business firms and corporations and. A model is presented which combines stakeholder theory with a realist theory of social change and differentiation.

This model is intended to highlight why it is important to distinguish different. The Stakeholder Theory is a theory of organizational management that states that companies could archive better performance by taking all stakeholders into account, not only shareholders.

Stakeholders are clients, suppliers, employees, the government and the society where the company operates. Stakeholders are defined as parties that are affected by the actions of the company, directly or. CHAPTER 3 • STAkEHoldER THEoRy. Among these three definitions, contemporary stakeholder theory is most often credited to the work of Ed Freeman.

While Freeman’s inspirational ideas led directly to the prominence enjoyed by stakeholder theory in the field of management today. In a single sentence, stakeholder theory affirms that those whose lives are touched by a corporation hold a right and obligation to participate in directing it.

Corporate Social Responsibility As a simple example, when a factory produces industrial waste, a CSR perspective attaches a responsibility directly to factory owners to dispose of the. Edward Freeman originally detailed the Stakeholder theory of organizational management and business ethics that addresses morals and values in managing an organization.

His award-winning book Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach originally published in and reprinted by Cambridge University Press in identifies and models the groups which are stakeholders of a corporation.

Stakeholder Theory and Organizational Ethics provides the most comprehensive, theoretical treatment of the stakeholder framework to date. Robert Phillips provides an extended defense of stakeholder theory as the preeminent theory of organizational ethics today.

1: Introduction to Stakeholder Theory 3 Key terms defined The term ‘stakeholder’ is now in common use, but not always mentioned with regard to underlying theory.

The purpose of theory is to provide general knowl - edge that can be applied in any situation, based on research and discourse. stakeholder theory: A conceptual framework of business ethics and organizational management which addresses moral and ethical values in the management of a business or other organization.

The stakeholder theory was first proposed in the book Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach by R. Edward Freeman and outlines how management can.

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Its publication proved to be a landmark moment in the development of stakeholder by: Get this from a library. Stakeholder theory: the state of the art. [R Edward Freeman;] -- InR.

Edward Freeman published his landmark book, Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach, a work that set the agenda for what we now call stakeholder theory. In the intervening years, the. Reviews "Stakeholder engagement and sustainability reporting provides a valuable contribution to the social and environmental accounting literature by adding theoretical and empirical insights about the features of stakeholder engagement and the role that this plays in the process of sustainability reporting.

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