Corporate Sustainability Management in the Energy Sector – An Empirical Contingency Approach

  title={Corporate Sustainability Management in the Energy Sector – An Empirical Contingency Approach},
  author={Oliver Salzmann},
Successful corporate sustainability management in energy companies and beyond: a systems perspective
.............................................................................................................................. V Zusammenfassung
Inside the Mind of Stakeholders - Are they Driving Corporate Sustainability?
Oliver Salzmann Ulrich Steger Research Associate Alcan Chair of Environmental Management Forum for Corporate Sustainability Management Program Director, Building High Performance Boards IMD
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