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Arguing away the legitimacy gap in global governance? Public deliberation and the politicization of the firm

English title Arguing away the legitimacy gap in global governance? Public deliberation and the politicization of the firm
Applicant Haack Patrick
Number 133414
Funding scheme Fellowships for prospective researchers
Research institution Scandinavian Consortium for Organizational Research (SCANCOR) Stanford University
Institution of higher education Institution abroad - IACH
Main discipline Science of management
Start/End 01.12.2010 - 30.11.2011
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All Disciplines (3)

Discipline
Science of management
Political science
Sociology

Keywords (4)

transnational governance; legitimacy; institutionalization; experimental research

Responsible applicant and co-applicants

Publications

Publication
Talking the Talk, Moral En-trapment, Creeping Commitment? Exploring Narrative Dynamics in Corporate Responsibility Standardization
Haack Patrick, Schoeneborn Dennis, Wickert Christopher, Talking the Talk, Moral En-trapment, Creeping Commitment? Exploring Narrative Dynamics in Corporate Responsibility Standardization, in Organization Studies.
Von rhetorischer zu organisationaler Realität? Die globale Standardisierung von Unternehmensverantwortung als diskursiver Aushandlungsprozess.
Schoeneborn Dennis, Haack Patrick, Wickert Christopher, Von rhetorischer zu organisationaler Realität? Die globale Standardisierung von Unternehmensverantwortung als diskursiver Aushandlungsprozess., in Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik, 12(1), 71-86.

Scientific events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Title of article or contribution Date Place Persons involved
Academy of Management Annual Conference 2011 12.08.2011 San Antonio, USA


Associated projects

Number Title Start Funding scheme
154735 The communicative construction of legitimacy in transnational governance: The case of the UN Global Compact 01.04.2014 International short research visits
182178 Legitimacy as a Multi-level Judgment: Experimental Evidence 01.10.2019 Project funding

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