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Research in Stakeholder Theory, 1997-1998: The Sloan Foundation Minigrant Project

Edited by Jeanne M. Logsdon, Donna J. Wood, and Lee E. Benson.
Published by the Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics, Toronto, ON, 2000. ISBN 0-7727-8610-0 (paper). [153 p.]
Of interest to researchers of corporate social responsibility and the role of the corporation in society, this volume summarizes diverse research projects in stakeholder theory. The research issues from the Redefining the Corporation project begun by stakeholder theory pioneers, Max Clarkson (University of Toronto), Lee Preston (University of Maryland), and Tom Donaldson (University of Pennsylvania).

Principles of Stakeholder Management

Published by the Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics, Toronto, ON, 1999. ISBN 0-7727-8609-7 (paper). [59 p.]

Frequently used as a text supplement in MBA, Executive MBA, and Global MBA programs, Principles of Stakeholder Management explores the stakeholder concept and codes of conduct for global business. The guidelines presented will enhance managers’ awareness of their diverse constituencies, contributing to the long-term survival and success of their firms.
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The Corporation and Its Stakeholders: Classic and Contemporary Readings

Edited by Max B.E. Clarkson.

Published by the University of Toronto Press, Toronto, ON, 1998. ISBN 0-8020-4300-3 (cloth); ISBN 0-8020-8127-4 (paper). [363 p.]

This anthology is designed to sharpen the debate about the role and purpose of the corporation in society through the provision of seminal articles on the concept of stakeholders and the recognition, and the integration of stakeholder interests into the decision-making process. It provides a theoretical base for managerial action, and will assist researchers in planning further studies to shed light on the issues involved.

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