His scientific interests lie mostly in Stakeholder, Stakeholder theory, Stakeholder analysis, Public relations and Value. His research in Stakeholder intersects with topics in Organizational behavior, Strategic planning, Organizational commitment, Business ethics and Epistemology. His Business ethics research includes elements of Knowledge management, Social psychology and Strategic management.
His research on Stakeholder theory frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Meaning. His study in the field of Stakeholder management is also linked to topics like Value creation. The concepts of his Value study are interwoven with issues in Globalization and Organizational theory.
Andrew C. Wicks mostly deals with Business ethics, Stakeholder theory, Stakeholder, Public relations and Engineering ethics. Andrew C. Wicks has included themes like Philosophy of business, Corporate governance and Marketing in his Business ethics study. His study in Stakeholder theory is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Epistemology, Strategic management, Stakeholder analysis and Shareholder.
Stakeholder analysis is closely attributed to Stakeholder management in his study. His studies in Stakeholder integrate themes in fields like Knowledge management, Resource dependence theory and Value. His study in the fields of Public trust under the domain of Public relations overlaps with other disciplines such as Context.
His primary areas of investigation include Business ethics, Stakeholder, Stakeholder theory, Politics and Value. Andrew C. Wicks has researched Business ethics in several fields, including Marketing, Honor and Deviance. Andrew C. Wicks works mostly in the field of Stakeholder, limiting it down to topics relating to Shareholder and, in certain cases, Corporate communication and Accounting, as a part of the same area of interest.
His Stakeholder theory study results in a more complete grasp of Public relations. Andrew C. Wicks combines subjects such as Knowledge transfer and Intellectual property with his study of Public relations. Andrew C. Wicks interconnects Epistemology, Political philosophy, Field and Generosity in the investigation of issues within Value.
Stakeholder, Stakeholder theory, Business ethics, Value and Environmental economics are his primary areas of study. He connects Stakeholder with Systemic problem in his research. His Stakeholder theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Generosity, Orientation, Stakeholder perceptions, Marketing and Harm.
His Business ethics research includes elements of Epistemology, Perception, Field and Politics. His research integrates issues of Ethical issues, Corporate communication, Political philosophy and Shareholder in his study of Value. Environmental economics is closely attributed to Stakeholder management in his research.
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Stakeholder Theory: The State of the Art
Bidhan L. Parmar;R. Edward Freeman;Jeffrey S. Harrison;Andrew C. Wicks.
Does Stakeholder Orientation Matter? The Relationship Between Stakeholder Management Models and Firm Financial Performance
Shawn L. Berman;Andrew C. Wicks;Suresh Kotha;Thomas M. Jones.
Academy of Management Journal (1999)
Stakeholder Theory and The Corporate Objective Revisited
R. Edward Freeman;Andrew C. Wicks;Bidhan Parmar.
Organization Science (2004)
What Stakeholder Theory is Not
Robert A. Phillips;R. Edward Freeman;Andrew C. Wicks.
Business Ethics Quarterly (2003)
Managing for Stakeholders: Survival, Reputation, and Success
R. Edward Freeman;Jeffrey S. Harrison;Andrew C. Wicks.
Stakeholder Theory: Stakeholder theory: some future possibilities
R. Edward Freeman;Jeffrey S. Harrison;Andrew C. Wicks;Bidhan L. Parmar.
Stakeholder Theory, Value, and Firm Performance
Jeffrey S. Harrison;Andrew C. Wicks.
Business Ethics Quarterly (2013)
Organization Studies and the New Pragmatism: Positivism, Anti-Positivism, and the Search for Ethics
Andrew C. Wicks;R. Edward Freeman.
Organization Science (1998)
A Feminist Reinterpretation of The Stakeholder Concept
Andrew C. Wicks;Daniel R. Gilbert;R. Edward Freeman.
Business Ethics Quarterly (1994)
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