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Normativität und Instrumentalität in Stakeholder-Beziehungen

  • Christoph SchankEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Begriff und Ansatz des Stakeholders sind über die letzten drei Dekaden hinweg zu einem festen Bestandteil von Managementforschung und -praxis geworden. Obwohl die wegweisenden Arbeiten von R. Edward Freeman längst den Status von Klassikern innehaben, wäre die Rede von einem einheitlichen Stakeholder-Ansatz verfehlt. Der Beitrag nähert sich diesem Ansatz aus der Perspektive seiner maßgeblichen Vertreter, unterstreicht jedoch die höchst unterschiedlichen Lesarten, die das Konzept bis heute auszeichnet.

Schlüsselwörter

Stakeholder Taxonomie Deskription Normativität Instrumentalismus 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universität VechtaVechtaDeutschland

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