Discarding the mirror : the importance of intangible social resources to responsibility in business in a Finnish context
Published inJyväskylä studies in business and economics
Alternative titleImportance of intangible social resources to responsibility in business in a Finnish context
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
legitimaatio business ethics corporate social responsibility legitimacy legitimating reputation responsibility in business small businesses social constructionism Diskurssianalyysi aineeton pääoma yritysetiikka legitimiteetti yritystoiminta vastuu maine pienyrittäjät pienyritykset media kartellit resurssit kontrolli sosiaalinen vastuu hyväksyttävyys Suomi
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