Sustainable Stakeholder Capitalism and Redesigning Management Education
The author regards the Great Global Recession as an opportunity to critically examine conventional capitalist, organisational, financial credit risk, psychological, ethical and management education assumptions in order to provide an alternative integrative paradigm of shared, sustained economic prosperity among multiple stakeholders-sustainable stakeholder capitalism (SC). SSC integrates the disparate theoritical contributions of the competing values framework (CVF), positive organisational scholarship (POS), integrity capacity theory (ICT), common pool resources theory (CPR) and corporate citizenship (CC) to interpret the lessons of the Great Global Recession and to provide a more inclusive, profound and moderately balanced foundation for redesigned management education and a respectful regard for the sustainability of multiple stakeholders.
Petrick, J. A.
(2010). Sustainable Stakeholder Capitalism and Redesigning Management Education. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 40, 101-124.