Stakeholder Engagement and Sustainability

Riad Shams (Editor), Demetris Vrontis (Editor), Yaakov Weber (Editor), Evangelos Tsoukatos (Editor), Antonino Galati (Editor)

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Abstract

This cross-disciplinary business book develops insight into the management of businesses operating in various economic sectors that take a proactive approach to the triple dimension of sustainability (economic, social and environmental), positioning itself as a key reference for both academics and practitioners in the wide area of business management.

The concept of sustainability is today at the heart of international policies and debate, and plays a key role in deep changes to the organizational models of companies operating in a wide range of sectors of economic activity. In particular, this book aims to gain a deeper understanding of how stakeholder engagement can contribute to value co-creation both in the company and along the supply chain, and what distinguishes the differing involvement of stakeholders, in particular between public involvement and stakeholder participation. Each chapter of this book presents different modalities of stakeholder involvement and develops the concept of value co-creation from organizational and marketing perspectives.

This book is recommended reading for those interested in the fields of stakeholder engagement and theory, sustainability, business studies, and sustainable development.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages240
Edition1st edition
ISBN (Electronic)9780429265518
ISBN (Print)9780367211233
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 Nov 2019

Publication series

NameAnnals of Business Research
PublisherRoutledge

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