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Global Business: Managing Risk and Responsibility Across Borders

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Global Business: Managing Risk and Responsibility Across Borders

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Auteur(s) :Rob van Tulder
Editeur :ROUTLEDGE
Parution :02/2019
Langue :Anglais Anglais
Nbre de pages :480
ISBN :978-0-415-60037-8
Reliure :Paperback
Prix :60.00 € ttc
Disponibilité :Sortie prévue le 20/02/2019

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'Corporate responsibility has gone global! In this timely assessment of the challenges of the 21st century global socio-political context for business, Van Tulder with Van der Zwart offer a broad and insightful analysis and rich case examples to show how societal interface management is the key to sustaining corporate reputation.' - Craig Smith (London Business School, UK)

'Finally! A book that bridges the chasm between globalization and corporate responsibility. Researchers have pretended for decades that we live in two separate worlds. Now, demonstrating their solid grasp for both worlds, the authors explain what managers have known all along - that CSR and International Business belong together.' (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA)

'van Tulder and van der Zwart have produced an intelligent, comprehensive work, well-grounded in theory and research. The book's focus on rivalry and bargaining among and between institutions, organizations, organizations and individuals is especially fruitful.' Donna J. Wood (University of Northern Iowa, USA)

'This book is a very ambitious, and very successful, attempt to integrate the fields of International Business and Business and Society. It is rigorous, systematic and comprehensive, and demonstrates mastery of a very broad range of knowledge.' Stephen J. Kobrin (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA)

'It is so refreshing to read a book that addresses the complex issues of business and society in a globalizing world in such a coherent, balanced and well-argued manner. The richness of the book's empirical evidence, the diverse case studies, and the quality of its intellectual arguement produces a compelling case for building an international stakeholder dialogue.' Peter Dicken (University of Manchester, UK)

'A timely, very well-written and logically structured volume that should be compulsory reading for anyone interested in the theoretical foundations and the practical dimensions of international corporate responsibility issues. The book covers a complex and contested field that should be part of international business curricula and the overall strategy of the firm' Daniel van den Bulcke (University of Antwerp, Belgium)

'Much has been written and asserted about the interactions of states, business and economic globalization in the contemporary era, but too much of this literature has contained bald assertions regarding this new world of business and politics. Now, in their path-brreaking study, Rob van Tulder and Alex van der Zwart combine empirical analyses and ethical considerations to develop a social framework as a means to understand and guide business responsibility in the transformed world of the 21st century globalized international economy.' Robert Gilpin (Princeton University, USA)

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