Ontological approach of corporate sustainability: Proposal for a shift
To achieve sustainability, corporations need to shift their ontology: leave the classic, static and predetermined view of the firm to a dynamic, relational and deliberative one. This paper explores the historical content of a proto-sustainable situation and proposes a theoretical framework to fulfil this ontological re-conceptualization.
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