Four approaches to accounting for diversity in global organisations

Mustafa Ozbilgin , Brunel Business School, examines four distinct approaches to accounting for diversity outcomes in global organisations: shareholder, stakeholder, regulation and global value chain. Drawing on a study of 22 globally significant organisations, the analyses show that there is a need to move beyond narrow framing of benefits of diversity management based on shareholder and stakeholder perspectives.

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