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Matte

In numismatics, a finish on the surface of a coin that is deliberately grainy to the touch. Matte finishes have become rare for modern coins.
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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.
Not only do such MNEs have to cater to a greater number of stakeholder groups (Christmann 2004; Crane and Matten 2010), but they also must address very different groups that belong to clearly distinct social and economic realities (Kang 2013; Yang and Rivers 2009).
Crane, Andrew, and Dirk Matten (2007), Business Ethics.
Review of prior research Prior Research Topics Curricula Cowton and Cummins (2003) Ethics Business Buff and Yonkers (2004) Ethics Marketing MacFarlane and Ottewill (2004) Ethics and CSR Business Matten and Moon (2004) Ethics and CSR Business Strongfellow et al.
That is to say, what is right is ethical and what is wrong is unethical (Crane & Matten, 2010).
uk THE NUTRITIONIST Nutritionist Glen Matten says: 'With food prices up 32 per cent over the last five years, it is inevitable the least well-off who are experiencing the tightest squeeze, resorting to frozen and processed foods in place of fresh fish, meat, and fruit.
Matten and Crane posit that GCC should more accurately be called "the corporate administration of citizenship" (2005, p.
Case studies of practice transfer in MNCs emphasize the role of initiative, change management and rhetorical devices (Geppert, Matten and Williams 2003).