Institutional, stakeholder, and cultural influences on corporate social performance: an institution-based view

@article{Lamb2018InstitutionalSA,
  title={Institutional, stakeholder, and cultural influences on corporate social performance: an institution-based view},
  author={Nai H. Lamb and Philip T. Roundy},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Mathematics},
  year={2018},
  volume={1},
  pages={4}
}
Although scholars are beginning to explore the institutional and stakeholder influences on corporate social performance (CSP), these influences have been examined in isolation and as separate forces. Research on CSP also has not considered that institutions and stakeholders are embedded within distinct cultures, which are not homogeneous and can differ on key dimensions. To address these issues, we explore how institutional pressures from organisations' external stakeholders can influence CSP… 

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