(Thursday, 19th May 2016)
Title : Institutional Environment and Corporate Political Strategy: A Comparative Perspective
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Corporate political strategies are firm actions that target a country’s political system and seek to influence political decisions and policies to advance a firm’s private ends. The benefits that political strategy can achieve—and the hurdles that need to be overcome in order to achieve these benefits—are determined by the institutional environment. As a result, various dimensions in the institutional environment play a key role in affecting why and how firms pursue political strategy, which constitute a theoretical background to develop a comparative perspective of corporate political strategy.
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