A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 6)
Recent advances in stakeholder theory have begun to understand the firm and its stakeholders as embedded in a network of relationships. With the increased prominence of stakeholders that this conceptual shift implies, attention has now turned to stakeholder responsibilities as well as rights .
Table of Contents
Table of ContentsEditorialWorld ReviewIntroductionJörg Andriof, KPMG, Germany/Warwick Business School, UK, Sandra Waddock, Boston College, Carroll School of Management, USA, Sandra Sutherland Rahman, Framingham State College, USA, and Bryan Husted, ITESM/Instituto De Empresa, Mexico Stakeholder Responsibilities: Lessons for ManagersDuane Windsor, Rice University, USATowards a Managerial Practice of Stakeholder Engagement: Developing Multi-stakeholder Learning DialoguesStephen L. Payne, Georgia College and State University, USA, and Jerry M. Calton,University of Hawaii–Hilo, USAReintroducing Stakeholder Dynamics in Stakeholder Thinking: A Negotiated-Order PerspectiveSuzanne Beaulieu, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada, and Jean Pasquero, Université du Québec à Montréal, CanadaThe Drivers of Stakeholder Engagement: Reflections on the Case of Royal Dutch/ShellAnne T. Lawrence, San Jose State University, USACarris Companies’ Practice of Employee GovernanceCecile G. Betit, independent researcher, USAStakeholder Discourse and Critical-Frame Analysis: The Case of Child Labour in BangladeshSandra Sutherland Rahman, Framingham State College, USABook ReviewsDiary of Events