Essays about: "Multinational Corporations and stakeholder theory"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 6 essays containing the words Multinational Corporations and stakeholder theory.

  1. 1. Small Yapping Dog: Exploring the role of the Nordics in the CSR work of MNCs

    University essay from Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för företagande och ledning

    Author : Filip Engholm; Hannah Mellin; [2019]
    Keywords : corporate social responsibility CSR ; multinational corporations MNCs ; the Nordics; stakeholder theory; neo-institutionalism;

    Abstract : Corporate Social Responsibility is an increasingly prevalent point of discussion, and the Nordic countries are especially active and vocal on the subject. Despite representing a small part of the global market, they have established an impactful role in the conversation. READ MORE

  2. 2. Obstacles and Possibilities to Cross-Sector Social Partnerships for Sustainable Development

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen; Uppsala universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen; Uppsala universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Elisabeth Hefele; Hiu Tung Lo; Sorie Mansaray; [2019]
    Keywords : Cross-sector social partnership CSSP ​• collaboration ​• Multinational Corporation MNC ​• sustainable development ​•​ stakeholder theory ​•​ corporate social responsibility CSR ;

    Abstract : Cross-sector social partnerships have become a widely used instrument to work towards sustainable development and especially to deal with social issues. However, research on this phenomenon commonly addresses possible solutions directly, without a deeper analysis of the underlying obstacles and possibilities. READ MORE

  3. 3. Multinational Corporation and Its Sustainable Engagement with Local Small Businesses : A Case Study of Unilever Thailand

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    Author : Roméo Gaiga; Siriwimon Thorngmun; [2017]
    Keywords : Sustainable Development; Corporate Social Responsibility; Base of the Pyramid; Sufficiency Economy; Mom Pop Stores; Multinational Corporations;

    Abstract : Once the boundary in global investment does no longer exist, a substantial number of multinational corporations (MNCs) seek for the lower-cost countries such as developing countries or emerging countries to be their production bases. It is undeniable to say that these recipient countries will benefit abundantly in several aspects namely: capital and technical knowledge, employment boost and economic development stimulation. READ MORE

  4. 4. It's For the Better Sake of Society - Why Don't Swedish MNCs Disclose a CbC Report on Taxes?

    University essay from Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för redovisning och finansiering

    Author : Sara Risshytt; Sanna Lennartsson; [2015]
    Keywords : Voluntary Country-by-Country Tax Reporting; Proprietary Cost Theory; Institutional Theory; Legitimacy Theory; Stakeholder Theory;

    Abstract : Using a multiple case study and theories on voluntary disclosures, this thesis aims to investigate why Swedish multinational corporations (MNCs) listed on Large Cap at Nasdaq OMX Stockholm do not voluntarily disclose a country-by-country (CbC) report on taxes and what the inherent risks in their reasoning are. Based on an abductive research approach, the study firstly finds that the decision to not disclose a CbC report can be explained by proprietary cost theory, institutional theory and partly by legitimacy theory. READ MORE

  5. 5. Socially Responsible Business in Indigenous Territory? A human-centered approach to Impact Assessments and Corporate Responsibility

    University essay from Lunds universitet/LUMID International Master programme in applied International Development and Management

    Author : Stephanie Rozak; [2011]
    Keywords : Knowledge; Participation; Power; Identity-based Rights; Impact Assessments; Indigenous Peoples; Resource Development; Corporate Social Responsibility; Capacity; Critical and Stakeholder Theory; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : This paper takes a critical look at current methodologies used by business for assessing impacts on indigenous communities dependent upon natural resources for the maintenance of their traditional way of life. It argues that new human-centered, holistic and bottom-up approaches can contribute to a greater understanding of direct, indirect and cumulative impacts of resource development on indigenous peoples. READ MORE