The SAGE Handbook of International Corporate and Public Affairs, 2nd Edition

  • Phil Harris
  • Craig S. Fleisher University of Windsor, Canada
  • Published By: Sage UK
  • ISBN-10: 1473959071
  • ISBN-13: 9781473959071
  • DDC: 659.2
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 625 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released March 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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Overview

The updated text features increased international coverage of the field of corporate and public affairs and a strong focus on emerging trends, providing a comprehensive overview of the foundations and key aspects of the discipline. Containing contributions from leading experts, this handbook is designed to serve the needs of scholars, researchers, students and professionals alike.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction: The Continuing Development of International Corporate and Public Affairs.
The Essential Foundation of Public Affairs.
1: Corporate Public Affairs: Revisiting the Development of the Field.
2: Theoretical Lenses and Conceptual Models for Understanding Public Affairs.
3: Examining the Public Affairs Scholarship: What We’ve Learned (and still don’t know) from the Empirical Studies of Public Affairs.
4: Achieving the Strategic Potential of Public Affairs.
5: The Status of Instruction in Public Affairs: Peace in the Eye of the Hurricane?.
Expanding the Boundaries: Public Affairs and its Relationship to other Key Disciplines.
6: Public Affairs and Marketing.
7: International Relations and Public Affairs.
8: Public Affairs and Political Philosophy.
9: Public Affairs and Information Science/Systems.
10: PA and Ecology.
11: Political Marketing and Public Affairs.
12: The Practice of Public Affairs in Public Administration.
Key Issues in the Development of Public Affairs.
13: Public Affairs, Digital Media, and Tech Trends.
14: Corporate Political Activity and Public Policy Outcomes: New Realities and Increasing Challenges.
15: Business, Human Rights, and Sustainable Development.
16: The Regulation of Lobbying Activity.
17: Values, Ethics, and Professionalism in Public Affairs.
18: Globalization and Multinational Corporations.
Regional Development and Localised Approaches to Public Affairs.
19: Public Affairs in the Uncommon European Union.
20: Public Affairs in Europe.
21: Public Affairs in North America.
22: Public Affairs in Latin America: The Gradual and Uneven Formalization of a Long-Time Informal Activity.
23: Public Affairs in South Africa.
24: Public Affairs in Australia and Oceania.
25: Public Affairs in East and South-East Asia.
Tactical Approaches to Executing Public Affairs.
26: Lobbying Resources and Strategies.
27: Managing Regulatory Affairs and Intelligence: The Often Hidden Domain of Public Affairs Practice.
28: Influencing the Legal and Judicial Process.
29: Corporate Issues Management.
30: Corporate Social Responsibility, Public Affairs and Corporate Community Involvement: Torn between Instrumentalism and Deliberation.
31: Making and Managing Lobbying Coalitions.
Case Studies in Public Affairs.
32: Three Case Studies from Latin America: A Living Museum of Government Affairs.
33: The Kenya Chamber of Mines: A Case Study in Public Sector Advocacy.
34: Lessons in Lobbying Regulation from the UK and Ireland.
35: Public Affairs and National Level Lobbying in Japan: Winners and Losers in the Continuing Issue of the American Bases on Okinawa.
36: Public–Private Dialogue and Policy Reforms: Lessons from Tanzania.
37: Beppe Grillo: A Man, A Plan, A Van: The Tsunami campaign and the national elections, February 2013.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction: The Continuing Development of International Corporate and Public Affairs.
The Essential Foundation of Public Affairs.
1: Corporate Public Affairs: Revisiting the Development of the Field.
2: Theoretical Lenses and Conceptual Models for Understanding Public Affairs.
3: Examining the Public Affairs Scholarship: What We’ve Learned (and still don’t know) from the Empirical Studies of Public Affairs.
4: Achieving the Strategic Potential of Public Affairs.
5: The Status of Instruction in Public Affairs: Peace in the Eye of the Hurricane?.
Expanding the Boundaries: Public Affairs and its Relationship to other Key Disciplines.
6: Public Affairs and Marketing.
7: International Relations and Public Affairs.
8: Public Affairs and Political Philosophy.
9: Public Affairs and Information Science/Systems.
10: PA and Ecology.
11: Political Marketing and Public Affairs.
12: The Practice of Public Affairs in Public Administration.
Key Issues in the Development of Public Affairs.
13: Public Affairs, Digital Media, and Tech Trends.
14: Corporate Political Activity and Public Policy Outcomes: New Realities and Increasing Challenges.
15: Business, Human Rights, and Sustainable Development.
16: The Regulation of Lobbying Activity.
17: Values, Ethics, and Professionalism in Public Affairs.
18: Globalization and Multinational Corporations.
Regional Development and Localised Approaches to Public Affairs.
19: Public Affairs in the Uncommon European Union.
20: Public Affairs in Europe.
21: Public Affairs in North America.
22: Public Affairs in Latin America: The Gradual and Uneven Formalization of a Long-Time Informal Activity.
23: Public Affairs in South Africa.
24: Public Affairs in Australia and Oceania.
25: Public Affairs in East and South-East Asia.
Tactical Approaches to Executing Public Affairs.
26: Lobbying Resources and Strategies.
27: Managing Regulatory Affairs and Intelligence: The Often Hidden Domain of Public Affairs Practice.
28: Influencing the Legal and Judicial Process.
29: Corporate Issues Management.
30: Corporate Social Responsibility, Public Affairs and Corporate Community Involvement: Torn between Instrumentalism and Deliberation.
31: Making and Managing Lobbying Coalitions.
Case Studies in Public Affairs.
32: Three Case Studies from Latin America: A Living Museum of Government Affairs.
33: The Kenya Chamber of Mines: A Case Study in Public Sector Advocacy.
34: Lessons in Lobbying Regulation from the UK and Ireland.
35: Public Affairs and National Level Lobbying in Japan: Winners and Losers in the Continuing Issue of the American Bases on Okinawa.
36: Public–Private Dialogue and Policy Reforms: Lessons from Tanzania.
37: Beppe Grillo: A Man, A Plan, A Van: The Tsunami campaign and the national elections, February 2013.
Index.