Sustainability and entrepreneurship

Boxer, L 2005, 'Sustainability and entrepreneurship', Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, vol. 1, no. 11, pp. 1-19.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title Sustainability and entrepreneurship
Author(s) Boxer, L
Year 2005
Journal name Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability
Volume number 1
Issue number 11
Start page 1
End page 19
Total pages 18
Publisher St Paul University, The Phillippines
Abstract High aptitude characteristics of an entrepreneur would lead one to realize the importance of dealing with sustainability issues. Yet, not all those involved in the sustainability debate are eager to pursue sustainability with enthusiasm. Different stakeholder groups have been observed dealing with sustainability through their discursive action and that of others. Stakeholder groups considered are Traditional Shareholders, Incentive Coerced Management, Enlightened Management, and Activists. These stakeholder groups are shown to each engage in a unique discourse, which provides insight into how they approach sustainability and react to other approaches. These discourses are understood in this paper with a framework derived from Foucauldian thought and Harré¿s positioning theory. In doing so, this unique approach derives a greater level of understanding about the different points of view about sustainability. Entrepreneurs can harness this to improve how to best approach sustainability.
Subject Small Business Management
Keyword(s) sustainability discourse
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