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Stakeholder Theory and Organizational Ethics by Robert Phillips

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1John Rawls, 1971, A Theory of Justice (Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press), p. viii.

2K. E. Goodpaster, 1991, “Business Ethics and Stakeholder Analysis,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 1(1), p. 63.

3Michael C. Jensen, 2000, “Value Maximization and the Corporate Objective Function,” in M. Beer & N. Nohria, Breaking the Code of Change (Boston: Harvard Business School Press), pp. 37–58. Reprinted as (2002) Value Maximization, Stakeholder Theory, and the Corporate Objective Function, Business Ethics Quarterly, 12(2), pp. 235–256. See also Donaldson & Preston, 1995; Jones, 1995; Sternberg, 2000.

4O. E. Williamson, & J. Bercovitz, 1996, “The Modern Corporation as an Efficiency Instrument: The Comparative Contracting ...

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