The SAGE Handbook of International Corporate and Public Affairs

Editors: Harris, Phil and Fleisher, Craig S.
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Sage UK

ISBN: 978-1-44-627611-2
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Business
Image Count: 48
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: June 2017
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This new edition of The SAGE Handbook of International Corporate and Public Affairs builds on the first edition by comprehensively updating and enhancing the material and structure, setting a new standard for the practitioner and student of the global public affairs discipline.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures
  • List of Tables
  • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: The Continuing Development of International Corporate and Public Affairs
  • PART I THE ESSENTIAL FOUNDATION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS - John Mahon
  • Preface
  • 1 Corporate Public Affairs: Revisiting the Development of the Field - Craig S. Fleisher
  • 2 Theoretical Lenses and Conceptual Models for Understanding Public Affairs - Duane Windsor
  • 3 Examining the Public Affairs Scholarship: What We've Learned (and still don't know) from the Empirical Studies of Public Affairs - Richard McGowan
  • 4 Achieving the Strategic Potential of Public Affairs - Fruzsina M. Harsanyi and Geoff Allen
  • 5 The Status of Instruction in Public Affairs: Peace in the Eye of the Hurricane? - Shannon Blair Creighton and Martin Meznar
  • PART II EXPANDING THE BOUNDARIES: PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER KEY DISCIPLINES - Phil Harris
  • Preface
  • 6 Public Affairs and Marketing - Howard Viney, Paul Baines and Laura Stegen
  • 7 International Relations and Public Affairs - Ian N. Richardson
  • 8 Public Affairs and Political Philosophy - Alberto Bitonti
  • 9 Public Affairs and Information Science/Systems - Amy D. Meli and Edward A. Grefe
  • 10 PA and Ecology - Simon Bryceson and Simon Levitt
  • 11 Political Marketing and Public Affairs - Bruce I. Newman, Wojciech Cwalina and Andrzej Falkowski
  • 12 The Practice of Public Affairs in Public Administration - Mordecai Lee
  • PART III KEY ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS - John M. Holcomb
  • Preface
  • 13 Public Affairs, Digital Media, and Tech Trends - Catie Snow Bailard
  • 14 Corporate Political Activity and Public Policy Outcomes: New Realities and Increasing Challenges - Michael Hadani
  • 15 Business, Human Rights, and Sustainable Development - Laura Bernal-Bermudez and Tricia D. Olsen
  • 16 The Regulation of Lobbying Activity - Justin Greenwood
  • 17 Values, Ethics, and Professionalism in Public Affairs - Shannon A. Bowen
  • 18 Globalization and Multinational Corporations - Jeffrey A. Hart
  • PART IV REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND LOCALISED APPROACHES TO PUBLIC AFFAIRS - Carla Millar
  • Preface
  • 19 Public Affairs in the Uncommon European Union - Rinus van Schendelen
  • 20 Public Affairs in Europe - Alberto Bitonti and Phil Harris
  • 21 Public Affairs in North America - John Mahon
  • 22 Public Affairs in Latin America: The Gradual and Uneven Formalization of a ­Long-Time Informal Activity - Andréa Cristina Oliveira Gozetto and Clive S. Thomas
  • 23 Public Affairs in South Africa - Ronel Rensburg and Olebogeng Selebi
  • 24 Public Affairs in Australia and Oceania - Geoff Allen
  • 25 Public Affairs in East and South-East Asia - Andrew Hughes
  • PART V TACTICAL APPROACHES TO EXECUTING PUBLIC AFFAIRS - Craig S. Fleisher
  • Preface
  • 26 Lobbying Resources and Strategies - William D. Oberman
  • 27 Managing Regulatory Affairs and Intelligence: The Often Hidden Domain of Public Affairs Practice - Craig S. Fleisher
  • 28 Influencing the Legal and Judicial Process - John M. Holcomb
  • 29 Corporate Issues Management - John Mahon
  • 30 Corporate Social Responsibility, Public Affairs and Corporate Community Involvement: Torn between Instrumentalism and Deliberation - Irina Lock and Peter Seele
  • 31 Making and Managing Lobbying Coalitions - Arco Timmermans
  • PART VI CASE STUDIES IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS - Danny Moss
  • Preface
  • 32 Three Case Studies from Latin America: A Living Museum of Government Affairs - Clive S. Thomas and Kristina Klimovich
  • 33 The Kenya Chamber of Mines: A Case Study in Public Sector Advocacy - David Irwin and Kariuki Waweru
  • 34 Lessons in Lobbying Regulation from the UK and Ireland - Conor McGrath
  • 35 Public Affairs and National Level Lobbying in Japan: Winners and Losers in the Continuing Issue of the American Bases on Okinawa - Koji Haraguchi and Ronald J. Hrebenar
  • 36 Public–Private Dialogue and Policy Reforms: Lessons from Tanzania - Goodluck Charles
  • 37 Beppe Grillo: A Man, a Plan, a Van: The Tsunami Campaign and the National Elections, February 2013 - Gianluca Vinicio Aguggini