Business-NGO Relations and Sustainable Development: A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 24), 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Business-NGO Relations and Sustainable Development

A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 24), 1st Edition

Edited by Jem Bendell


143 pages

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Paperback: 9781783530939
pub: 1999-08-17
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In this specially extended issue, writers from NGOs, businesses, consultancy and academia consider the problems associated with partnerships between businesses and NGOs, and how such relationships can be made to work in practice.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

EditorialJem Bendell, University of Bristol, UK

1. The new Gemeinschaft: Individual initiative and business–NGO–university partnerships

Elizabeth T. Kennedy, Thomas E. Lacher, Jr, and Diana M. Burton, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USAAbbe L. Reis and James D. Nations, Conservation International, Washington, DC, USA Ray Cesca, McDonald’s Corporation, Oak Brook, IL, USA

2. Partners for sustainability

John Elkington and Shelly Fennell, Sustain Ability Ltd, London, UK

3. Culture clash and mediation: Exploring the cultural dynamics of business–NGO collaborationAndrew Crane, Cardiff Business School, UK

4. Learning from the Marine Stewardship Council: A business–NGO partnership for sustainable marine fisheries

Penny Fowler and Simon Heap, INTRAC: The International NGO Training and Research Centre, Oxford, UK

5. The Art of collaboration: Lessons from emerging environmental business–NGO partnerships in Asia

Christopher S. Plante, The Asia Foundation, San Francisco, CA, USA Jem Bendell, University of Bristol, UK

6. Changing the rules: Business–NGO partnerships and structuration theory

Uwe Schneidewind and Holger Petersen, University of Oldenburg, Germany

7. Web wars: NGOs, companies and governments in an internet-connected world

John Bray, Control Risks Group, London, UK

Index of articles (issues 17-24

)Diary of events

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Business Ethics