International social-related accountability standards: Using ANT towards a multi-stakeholder analysis

@inproceedings{Abboubi2012InternationalSA,
  title={International social-related accountability standards: Using ANT towards a multi-stakeholder analysis},
  author={Manal El Abboubi and K. Nicolopoulou},
  year={2012}
}
This article illustrates and critically discusses how organizations manage, interact with, and involve stakeholders in social-related international accountability standards through the theoretical lens of actor-network theory. Theorizations on international accountability standards have largely focused on opportunities and problems related to their adoption from a macro-economic or governance perspective. The role of stakeholders and related management practices remain overlooked, with little… Expand
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