Study on MSIR Motivation Based on SNA

Authors

  • Yuqiao Su

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v5i2.1632

Keywords:

MSIR, Stakeholders, SNA.

Abstract

The lack of social responsibility in megaproject has been frequent in recent years, causing serious waste of resources and posing a huge governance problem for the sustainable development of such projects. In order to solve this governance challenge, an in-depth study of the reasons for the lack of social responsibility is needed. This paper constructs a social responsibility stakeholder network model with "positive" (better fulfillment of social responsibility) and "negative" (lack of social responsibility) dimensions based on five major infrastructure projects, such as the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, and analyzes the relationship between stakeholders and accident victims based on the comparison of the two network models. The impact of the stakeholder connection on the accident is examined via a comparison of the two network models. Finally, this study attributes the causes of the lack of social responsibility in large infrastructures to insufficient stakeholder connection, low participation, over-reliance on third parties for information transfer, and being in an information isolation. This study improves the social responsibility governance system for Megaproject.

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Published

19 September 2022

How to Cite

Su, Y. (2022). Study on MSIR Motivation Based on SNA. Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 5(2), 1–4. https://doi.org/10.54097/fbem.v5i2.1632

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