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Integrating Social and Political Risk into Management Decision-Making — Management Accounting Guideline [Download]

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    Integrating Social and Political Risk into Management Decision-Making — Management Accounting Guideline [Download] Online Access Product #: 030004PDF
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With globalization increasing rapidly, challenges of how to integrate social and political risks of political instability, political corruption, business corruption, child labor practices, anti-corporate sentiment, terrorism, environmental pollution into management decisions.

This Guideline provides the tools, techniques, and specificity needed to aid managers to more effectively integrate social and political risks in to their decision making processes.

2006 Paperback
No. 030004
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Nonmember $31.25

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About the Authors

Marc J. Epstein, Rice University



Tamara Bekefi, Harvard University, Marc J. Epstein, Rice University



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