In this study, we glimpse into the unique stakeholder landscapes of nine countries: Chile, China, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States. Working with members of the Global Education Research Network, this study maps a group of key business stakeholders according to 1) their overall attitude toward corporate citizenship, and 2) their respective influence on corporations’ adoption of corporate citizenship practices. Here we will see to what extent these “stakeholder maps” help to explain differences in the practice of corporate citizenship in different nations. The study also explores how specific stakeholder groups, say government or consumers, exert influence across nations.
Topics: Management Practice
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Format: Research Report