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Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society

Volume 10, 1999

Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Meeting

Sybille R. Sachs, Edwin Rühll, Ruth Schmitt, Daniel Peter
Pages 285-296
DOI: 10.5840/iabsproc19991027

Redefining the corporation - A case study on Shell, a multinational corporation

Multinational corporations are increasingly subject to the public’s attention, as a result of changing societal expectations towards corporations in general and multinationals in particular. Especially global players like Shell are perceived not only as economic institutions but also as a societal ones. This paper contributes to the understanding of the corporation's changing function by analyzing the Shell case based on a framework developed by the authors. The Shell case is a part of the "Redefining the corporation" international research project supported by the Alfred P. SLOAN Foundation.

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