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管理学杰出学者系列讲座第41期——“做好事不留名:中国企业的合法性管理、企业利益相关者冲突,与匿名捐赠”

文章来源:科研与研究生教育办公室     浏览次数:418     发布时间: 2018年1月8日


讲座题目:Good Deeds Done in Silence: Legitimacy Management, Stakeholder Conflict, and Quiet Giving by Chinese Firms
主讲嘉宾:Professor Heli Wang( Singapore Management University)
讲座时间:2018年1月16日15:00-16:30
讲座地点:管理学院善思堂M201 
主 持 人:李广众教授

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嘉宾简介:王鹤丽教授毕业于俄亥俄州立大学费雪商学院(Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University,全美最顶尖十八所商学院之一),获战略管理博士学位,师从Jay B. Barney教授(美国管理学会院士,国际战略管理权威专家之一)。现任教于新加坡管理大学李光前商学院(Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University),同时担任Academy of Management Review的副主编。王教授在Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science,Journal of Management等期刊发表多篇文章。

讲座简介:The existing literature generally argues that corporate philanthropy has a positive effect on firm image and reputation. However, some firms engage in philanthropic activities but choose to keep quiet about it. Building on and extending the stakeholder-management and legitimacy literature, we argue that concerns about stakeholder backlash may cause firms to keep quiet about their philanthropic acts. In particular, we distinguish different stakeholder groups and argue that negative reactions to a firm’s philanthropy are likely attributable to non-community stakeholders that feel the firm is not meeting their legitimate claims. Conversely, community stakeholders are likely to have positive perceptions of philanthropy that helps mitigate their existing concerns. Using data from listed Chinese firms, we show that firms are more likely to give quietly when they underpay employees and do not pay dividends. On the other hand, firms that mistreat community stakeholders are less likely to keep quiet about their donations.

  

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