Implications for Practitioners and Researchers
After having elaborated on the claim of corporate change as resulting from a set of various sensemaking processes this chapter summarizes how our understanding of the claim of corporate change, with its different stance toward what is meaningful may enrich and extend the theory and practice of responsible investment. Our distinct objective is thereby to encourage institutional investors and scholars in the field of responsible investment to question their underlying, and often taken-for-granted assumptions which dominate their activities and to focus their attention on novel aspects that may have been overlooked so far.
KeywordsMutual Fund Institutional Investor Organizational Member Impression Management Identity Orientation
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