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Title first published in 2003. This invaluable book provides the first definitive critical introduction to the concept of stakeholding and its implications for policy and practice of key players in the new global order. Braddon and Maile take an interdisciplinary approach with particular emphasis upon the political economy of stakeholding which has become the major managerial and political motif of the 1990s.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction; Stakeholding in context: some global dilemmas; Economic theory and the stakeholding alternative; Challenging orthodoxy: insights into capitalism and market behaviour; The business process revolution: workers, producers, consumers; New world disorder; Communitarian orthodoxy and the third way; Bibliography; Index.
'This timely book will be of interest to anyone concerned with contemporary international relations and political economy. The authors skillfully marshall a wide range of empirical and conceptual material and present their critique of the new international order in an engaging and accessible way. Looking beyond the rhetoric of stakeholding, the authors lay bare the economic and social underpinnings of contemporary governance agendas.' Dr David Griffiths, Oxford Brookes University, UK