Stakeholder politics: social capital, sustainable development, and the corporation
A 'how to' guide for companies working in developing countries, addressing the twin problems of firstly maintaining political legitimacy, and, secondly, promoting sustainable development. It helps readers learn how to both play stakeholder politics and collaborate with stakeholders towards sustainability goals.
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Why should corporations care about sustainable development?
1 The three relationships used by the Brundtland
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