“People are thinking more and more responsibly about innovation, starting at design. How is this innovation being used? How is it being modified? How is being thrown away?”
George Washington University School of Business, The George Washington University
Assistant Professor of Strategic Management & Public Policy
Research Interests: Online privacy, corporate responsibility, and stakeholder theory.
First published on the Stakeholder Theory in 1997 with “Toward a Theory of Stakeholder Identification and Salience: Defining the Principle of Who and What Really Counts” in the Academy of Management Review.
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(2014) With Pirson, Martin, and Parmar. Public trust in business, in A. Wicks, J. Harris, & B. Moriarty (Ed.) Public Trust in Business. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. February 2014.
(2007) With R. Edward Freeman & Bidhan Parmar. Stakeholder Capitalism.
Journal of Business Ethics, 74:303–314. © Springer 2007.