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Toward a Theory of Stakeholder Identification and Salience: Defining the Principle of Who and What Really Counts

Authors: Mitchell, Ronald K.; Agle, Bradley R.; Wood, Donna J.
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Academy of Management Review 1997, Volume 22, No. 4, pp. 853-886
Publication Year: 1997

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This discussion of stakeholder theory argues that stakeholders possess one or more of three relationship attributes: power, legitimacy and urgency.

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Corporate Involvement In Community Economic Development

The Role of U.S. Business Education

Authors: Wood, Donna J.; Davenport, Kimberly S.; Blockson, Laquita C.; Van Buren III, Harry J
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Business and Society, June 2002; Vol. 41, Issue 2.
Publication Year: 2002

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This empirical study examines how 105 business schools included courses on corporate involvement in community development in their curriculae.

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Measuring Corporate Social Performance: A Review

Author: Wood, Donna J.
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: International Journal of Management Reviews
Publication Year: 2010

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This paper reviews the literature on corporate social performance (CSP) measurement and sets that literature into a theoretical context.

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Theory and Integrity in Business and Society

Author: Wood, Donna J.
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Business & Society, Volume 39, No. 4

Discusses the ongoing dilemma faced by business and society academics, between the rigorous demands of good scholarship and the personal and pragmatic demands of their constituencies and of themselves
Publication Year: 2000

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This article discusses the ongoing dilemma faced by Business and Society academics, between the rigorous demands of good scholarship and the personal and pragmatic demands of their constituencies and of themselves.

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