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FF1.04 - Why be Good? The Role of Stakeholder Relations in Corporate Sustainability Practices 
December 1, 2014   9:30am - 10:00am

Corporations are the greatest threat to the sustainability of our planet, and yet also promise to be the most effective means of resolving sustainability challenges. What shapes whether they do harm or do good? In this presentation, I focus on the role of a firm's stakeholders in influencing the firm's behaviors. In particular, I outline the role of firm-stakeholder relations in the business case for corporate social responsiblity, and I discuss several studies I've conducted that shed light on the limits of the business case for conditioning firms to engage in socially responsiblity practices.

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