Description - International Business and Society by Steven Wartick
International Business and Society is the first text to explore the breadth of business and society topics - corporate social performance, business ethics, business-government relations, stakeholder management, and issues management/public affairs - within the broader context of the international environment. The book takes knowledge and understanding developed within uni-societal studies of business and society and extends the frame of reference to the international arena. To facilitate this exploration, the authors offer many new frameworks and conceptualizations such as the "institutional ideological model" and "stakeholder power bases" while they continue to address the more conventional topics of the field.
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(228mm x 155mm x 19mm)
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Author Biography - Steven Wartick
Steven L. Wartick is Associate Professor of Management and Policy at the University of Missouri, St Louis. He has served as President of the International Association for Business and Society as well as Chair of the Social Issues in Management Division of the Academy of Management. Professor Wartick has published numerous articles in the areas of corporate social performance, issues management, and business--government relations, and he currently serves as Associate Editor of the IABS scholarly journal, Business and Society. Donna J. Wood is Professor of Business Administration at the Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh. She is a past president of the Social Issues in Management division of the Academy of Management and a founder of the International Association for Business and Society. Professor Wood is the editor of the IABS scholarly journal, Business & Society. Her research interests are corporate social performance, stakeholder theory, international business and society, ethics, and government relations.