Special Issue "Stakeholders and Regulatory Issues in Ethical Management"
A special issue of Administrative Sciences (ISSN 2076-3387).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2013)
Prof. Dr. Charles Wankel
Tobin College of Business, St. John's University, 8000 Utopia Pkwy Queens, NY 11439, USA
Interests: managing geographically; temporally distributed teams; new pedagogies of management education
This volume intends to locate different definitions and categories of stakeholders and regulatory bodies and their attributes and interrelationships. To a certain extent, there is reciprocity in such relationships, and that is of interest. Analyses of stakeholder and regulatory issues attendant with the gamut of management functions are invited as topics for considering ethical management practice and theory in accounting financial diversity management, change management, leadership, management control, supply chain management, information management, human resource management, corporate education and development, and all other managerial areas.
Of immense interest is the international and global context and influences of government regulation and stakeholder and managerial action on the extent of ethical management of firms. We are interested in reports from countries in transition, such as the BRIC ones, and countries with flare-ups and their implications, such as the recent factory fires in south Asia. American business ethics in an epoch of declining hegemony is a topic of interest. Motivations of key stakeholders to engage firms with a mind towards ethicality or of unscrupulousness are in need of explanation.
Other topics of interest include: global corporate citizenship, stakeholder reciprocity, responsible management, collaborative partnerships between business and government, political action tactics, business and the natural environment, sustainable development in global business, implications and trajectories for the future, and organizational ethics and the law.
Prof. Dr. Charles Wankel
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Last update: 4 June 2013