Social movements, stakeholders and non-market strategy / edited by Forrest Briscoe, Brayden G. King, Jocelyn Leitzinger
- Research in the sociology of organizations, 0733-558X ; volume 56
- Introduction: Integrating Research Perspectives on Business and Society; Jocelyn Leitzinger, Brayden King, and Forrest Briscoe. 1. Plug Power: Social Movements and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in California, 1995-2012; Sunasir Dutta, Hayagreeva Rao and Ion Bogdan Vasi. 2. Negotiating Moral Boundaries: Social Movements and the Strategic (Re)definition of the Medical in Cannabis Markets; Cyrus Dioun. 3. Movement-Led Institutional Change: Uncertainty, Networks, and the Diffusion of Contentious Practices in Organizational Fields; Forrest Briscoe and Sean Safford 4. Social Movement Theory's Contribution to Understanding Activism Around Corporations and Markets; Sarah A. Soule. 5. The Negative Relationship Between Event-Specific Corporate Social Responsibility and Shareholder Value; Susan A. Kayser. 6. Bridging Social Movement and Industrial Relations Theory: An Analysis of Worker Organizing Campaigns in the U.S. and China; Maite Tapia, Manfred Elfström and Denisse Roca-Servat. 7. Not a Drop to Drink? Drinking Water Quality, System Ownership, and Stakeholder Attention; A. Wren Montgomery, Thomas P. Lyon, and Dan Zhao 8. Influence Stakeholders, Influence the World; Michael L. Barnett. 9. On Two Sides of the Smoke Screen: How Activist Organizations and Corporations use Protests, Campaign Contributions, and Lobbyists to Influence Institutional Change; Ana M. Aranda and Tal Simons. 10. Failure or Success? Defensive Strategies and Piecemeal Change Among Racial Inequalities in the Brazilian Banking Sector; Mario Aquino Alves and Marcus Vinícius Peinado Gomes. 11. Non-market Strategy and Social Movements Research: What Are the Gains from Trade?; Thomas P. Lyon Afterword. Broadening Business and Society Research: A Postscript on the Limits of Strategic Action; Michael Lounsbury.
- This edited collection brings together research that bridges the domains of stakeholder theory, non-market strategy and social movement theory.
- 1787543501 (hardback) and 9781787543508 (hardback)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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