Introduction -- PART 1: OBSERVING ACCOUNTABILITY ACROSS ALL SECTORS OF THE ECONOMY -- Chapter 1 Large International Organizations Subject to Competition -- Chapter 2 Large Organizations Not Subject to Competition -- Chapter 3 Small Organizations Subject to Competition -- Chapter 4 Non-Profit Organizations Not Subject to Competition -- Chapter 5 Organizations of the political system not subject to competition -- PART II: WORK ACROSS ALL SECTORS OF THE ECONOMY -- Chapter 6 The consequences of non-accountability -- Chapter 7 Competition and stakeholder analysis -- Chapter 8 The Nature of Responsibility -- Chapter 9 Analysis of the Literature -- Chapter 10 Process framework: the value of the unknown stakeholder -- Chapter 11 Process framework: the value of disclosure -- Chapter 12 Process framework: the value of Implementation -- Chapter 13 Process Framework: the Value of Micro-Ethics -- PART IV – APPLYING ECONOMIC RESPONSIBILITY TO ALL ORGANIZATIONS -- Chapter 14 Applying the process framework -- Chapter 15 Management analysis -- Chapter 16 -The Role of Professional Groups -- 17 Conclusion.
This second edition demonstrates that there are more conditions and actors prevalent in the economy than are considered today, and builds a balanced view of responsibility that would not be shunned by corporate executives. The wider economic responsibilities of organizations have been identified for corporations, and responsibility has been focused on business. Unknown Values and Stakeholders argues that all organizations, including public administration, should be accountable for their economic responsibilities. The authors reveal the unknown values and stakeholders of the accountability game and the new inequality in working conditions of the employed while, at the same time, showing a path towards effective economic development..