Managerial Attitudes Toward a Stakeholder Prominence within a Southeast Asia Context Vol: 19

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16 Apr 2009
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
252 pages - 152 x 229 x 23mm
Studies in Managerial and Financial Accounting


This research monograph empirically examines the attitudes of managers and managerial students in Australia, China and Indonesia toward the perceived 'prominence' and 'salience' of selected organisational stakeholders, and their subsequent 'class'. This study develops a 'positive' approach to stakeholder theory by exploring how political, social and economic factors in each of the three countries are likely to shape managerial attitudes towards stakeholder prominence. Australia, China and Indonesia are selected for examination because of their uniqueness in terms of their social and economic development, and religious and cultural traditions, which in turn have shaped both their formal and informal corporate governance systems.
List of Tables. List of Figures. Chapter 1 Introduction to the study. Chapter 2 Stakeholder literature review. Chapter 3 Research methodology. Chapter 4 Development and stakeholder prominence. Chapter 5 Results. Chapter 6 Theoretical and managerial strategy implications. Chapter 7 Summary, conclusions, and future research. Appendices. References. Abstract. Studies in managerial and financial accounting. Managerial attitudes toward a stakeholder prominence within a southeast asia context. Copyright page.

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