Stakeholders often engage in actions aimed at either benefitting or punishing firms for their behaviour. Such behaviours can have very serious implications for various types of firm performance, including financial performance. Though one might expect that the investigation of possible precursors of such “stakeholder action” would be a priority of researchers in stakeholder theory, to date research within the stakeholder literature directed towards understanding stakeholder behaviour has been somewhat scarce. In this chapter, I present common themes and assumptions that prevail in the existing research on stakeholder action, identify certain important questions concerning such assumptions and suggest avenues for future research on stakeholder behaviour.
Hayibor, S. (2017), "Stakeholder Action: Predictors of Punitive and Prosocial Stakeholder Behaviours", Stakeholder Management (Business and Society 360, Vol. 1), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 215-247. https://doi.org/10.1108/S2514-175920170000011Download as .RIS
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