Woodward, D. and Birkin, F.
Management accounting for sustainable development. Part 3: stakeholder analysis
Management Accounting, 75, (8), .
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Sustainable development may eventually rely strongly on the principle `Think globally, act locally'. The `act locally' element comprises two components from the perspective of management accounting for sustainable development: (i) the ecosystem and (ii) the social system.
It is the second component of local action that is the subject of this article. For the purposes of sustainable development, many of the business-society relationships involved may be described and understood as part of stakeholder analysis.
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