Stakeholder theory in perspective
Damak-Ayadi, Salma; Pesqueux, Yvon (2005), Stakeholder theory in perspective, Corporate Governance, 5, 2, p. 5-21. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/14720700510562622
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External document linkhttp://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00154129/fr/
Journal nameCorporate Governance
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Abstract (EN)Those who use stakeholder theory as a reference are both underlining the correlation between facts and a certain conceptualisation thereof (Section 1) and trying to make the necessary shift from a “panoptic” analysis akin to a panoramic vision of texts and positions (Section 2) to an “in-depth” one geared towards an understanding of their foundations (Section 3). As a “theory of organisations”, stakeholder theory helps to nourish a relational model of organisations by revisiting questions about “who” is actually working with (and in) the firm. Stakeholder theory is part of a comprehensive project that views the organisation-group relationship as both a foundation and a norm.
Subjects / KeywordsEthique; Théorie des organisations; Stakeolder theory; Business ethics
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