stakeholder society

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stakeholder society

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The article Responsible leadership in a stakeholder society: A relational perspective, conducted by Maak and Pless (2006b), is cited by 31 articles in the sample - about half of the sample (48%).
The answer is in defending the stakeholder society.
It covers many subjects related to corporate governance, such as the separation between ownership and control, managerial incentives, and stakeholder society. It also presents stylized facts on corporate financing related to debt instruments, equity instruments, and financing patterns.
(2010), "Towards a Stakeholder Society: Stakeholder Theory vs Theory of Civil Society," European Management Review 7: 205-216.
Post-Cold War "big ideas" in British politics have tended to get nowhere: remember Tony Blair's Stakeholder Society? Or the Third Way?
oWe are moving from a shareholder society to a stakeholder society. Stakeholders are much beyond shareholders C and customers.o
OPTIMIZATION METHODS FOR A STAKEHOLDER SOCIETY A REVOLUTION IN ECONOMIC THINKING BY MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION, Series in Nonconvex Optimization and its Applications, Willem K.
Unsurprisingly, in the English regional chambers (assemblies) set up by Westminster, one third of members are from stakeholder society ( business, the unions, academia and assorted pressure groups ( and our own Government's draft bill makes clear that stakeholder participation must continue for the elected assemblies.
New Labour's promises of a stakeholder society, an ethical foreign policy, a war on child poverty, better hospitals and 'education, education, education' hit the right note.
He said: "Is this the best we can do to create the more equal, stakeholder society which is supposed to be Labour's dream?"
He said: "We have to ask ourselves if this is the best we can do to create a more equal, stakeholder society which is supposed to be new Labour's dream."