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Part III - Stakeholder Theory in the Business Disciplines

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 May 2019

Jeffrey S. Harrison
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University of Richmond
Jay B. Barney
Affiliation:
University of Utah
R. Edward Freeman
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University of Virginia
Robert A. Phillips
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York University, Toronto
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