Why the Business Case Won't Save the World
Chapter 6: STRATEGIC RESPONSES TO THE REPUTATION COMMONS PROBLEM
Firms within an industry often find themselves "tarred by the same brush". When accidents occur, stakeholders often punish both the offending firm and the entire industry as well.
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