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adjective Referring to the appearance of a non-glistening surface on cultures of noncapsule-producing bacteria, seen in many Enterobacteriaceae. In contrast, capsule-producing bacteria are described as glistening or “mucoid”.
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Jackson e Apostolakou (2010) consideram que esses resultados dao suporte a tese de Matten e Moon (2008) de que as praticas voluntarias de RSE nas EML seriam um substituto para formas institucionalizadas de participacao dos stakeholders caracteristicas das EMC.
Prior studies have established that the international diversification of MNEs entails interacting with different cultures and different levels of economic and legal development, with the additional requirement of satisfying the needs of diverse stakeholder groups (governments, political parties, syndicates, NGOs, clients, suppliers, among others) (Crane and Matten 2010; Rodriguez et al.
Brammer, Stephen, Gregory Jackson, and Dirk Matten (2012), "Corporate Social Responsibility and Institutional Theory: New Perspectives on Private Governance," Socio-Economic Review 10(1): 3-28.
Matten e Moon (2008) indicaram que forcas regulatorias, normativas e cognitivas induzem a uma crescente padronizacao, assim como a racionalizacao das praticas nas organizacoes, ocorrendo tanto nas fronteiras industriais quanto nacionais.
According to Matten and Moon (2004), we assumed that CSR would mostly be understood as an umbrella term for a broad set of synonyms and overlapping concepts reflecting both business and society relations and business ethics or environmental issues.
The questions assessing the knowledge of the medical students were based on 10 true or false questions developed by Matten and collaborators (9).
Cheesemaker and musician, Alex James, has teamed up with Katie Matten and Caroline Bell, of award-winning dairy, Shepherds Purse, to 're-mix' the recipe.
As for business ethics, Crane and Matten (2010) view it as "the study of business situations, activities, and decisions where issues of right and wrong are addressed." However, the problem with this definition is lack of consensus about right and wrong.
To clarify the context within which the term Corporate Citizenship is used, the definition proposed by Matten and Crane is employed, "Corporate Citizenship describes the role of the corporation in administering rights for individuals.