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Journal of Business Ethics

, Volume 127, Issue 1, pp 89–105 | Cite as

Scandinavian Stakeholder Thinking: Seminal Offerings from the Late Juha Näsi

  • Robert StrandEmail author
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Editors’ Note

In June 1994, a symposium dedicated to outlining the state of the art of stakeholder thinking was hosted by the Department of Management and Economics at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland. The major planning efforts were made by Juha Näsi of the University of Jyväskylä and Steven N. Brenner from Portland State University, Oregon, USA. The result was an international conference of the highest caliber.

A product of this conference was the book Understanding Stakeholder Thinking(ISBN 951-96013-6-8) comprised of chapters offered by conference participants that was edited by Juha Näsi and published by LSR Publications of Helsinki, Finland. Contributors include Steven N. Brenner, Archie B. Carroll, R. Edward Freeman and Juha Näsi. Juha Näsi wrote the introductory chapter titled “What is stakeholder thinking? A snapshot of a social theory of the firm” and a chapter within titled “A Scandinavian approach to stakeholder thinking: An analysis of its theoretical and practical...

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Copenhagen Business SchoolCopenhagenDenmark

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