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Who really matters in the end?: Gunns of Tasmania and the Green shareholder revol
Hanson, D and Wickham, M (2005) Who really matters in the end?: Gunns of Tasmania and the Green shareholder revol. In: The inter-disciplinary CSR Research Conference, 22-23 October 2005, Nottingham, UK.
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Stakeholder theory has obvious implications for governance research. Within
stakeholder theory there has, however, been much argument about the complexity of
'stakeholder recognition' and 'strategic management', just as within governance
theory there has been discussion of the significance of shareholders. In this paper we
consider the issue of who really matters when a system of 'stakeholder recognition'
and 'management' is tested within a controversial, yet important industry in a regional
economy. This issue is investigated through the case of Gunns Ltd, the largest forestry
company in the 'greenest' region of Australia.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Keywords:||Stakeholders, Governance, Environmental Ethics; Investment Ethics|
|Date Deposited:||29 Aug 2007|
|Last Modified:||18 Nov 2014 03:21|
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