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Stakeholder salience in Latin America: Who really counts?
Fecha: 25/06/2019
Autor / es: Caldart, Adrian; Carrera, Alejandro; Cornejo, Magdalena
Tipo de documento: Chapter
Áreas: Strategy; Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Idiomas: English
Cita bibliogr√°fica: Caldart, Adrian; Carrera, Alejandro; Cornejo, Magdalena, "
Stakeholder salience in Latin America: Who really counts?
". In: Caldart, A., Ricart, J.E. and Carrera, A. (Eds). General Management in Latin and Ibero American Organizations: A Humanistic Perspective. London: Routledge, 2019.
Referencia: 10.4324/9780429279829-12 (DOI)

The notion of "stakeholder" has become embedded in both management scholarship and management practice. Its origins trace back to the publication of Freeman's Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach (Freeman, 1984). While the concept quickly gained momentum, there was no immediate consensus regarding the operational question of who or what constitutes the firm's stakeholders. In other words, what individuals and entities do managers consider when making decisions?

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