First, we review the relevant literature on legitimacy
and non-market strategies (CSR and political ties), develop a conceptual framework and propose corresponding hypotheses.
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In the same context, the Palestinian Foreign Ministry affirmed that the Golan is a Syrian territory occupied by "Israel" since 1967, indicating that Trump's resolutions on the Golan are a blatant violation of the international law and legitimacy
When customers perceive the legitimacy
of a new venture, they develop acceptance of its products and services, as well as favorable feelings and emotions about, and identification with its values system and business philosophy (O'Neil & Ucbasaran, 2016).
, a political currency recognised internationally, has been a familiar word since the bungled 2017 presidential elections.
Shaikh Khalid added that the Bahrain Defense Force is present with their brothers of the Saudi and UAE forces everywhere in which confrontations against the enemies of stability and against the coup in Yemen, and that the Kingdom of Bahrain will remain in this position until the legitimacy
of sovereignty over all parts of Yemen.
is the right to rule as perceived by those who are ruled, an assessment of Asad's legitimacy
must be informed by Syrian history and society.
In order for a legitimacy-based argument to have traction against Dworkin's contention that upstream hate speech bans can spoil the legitimacy
of downstream laws then, such an argument must also work at the level of the legitimacy
of downstream laws, claims Weinstein.
A commonly used model of legitimacy
includes four factors: 1) legality, 2) effectiveness, 3) procedural fairness, and 4) distributive fairness.
There are also other ways of looking at legitimacy
. It seems particularly interesting to consider the notion put forward by Thomas M.
But, as scholars have long taught, performance evaluations are not the same thing as institutional legitimacy
. Indeed, the point and value of legitimacy
is that constituents will stand by a legitimate institution even when it is performing poorly--a concept often described as a "reservoir of goodwill." In this Article, I explicate the conceptual and empirical differences between performance and legitimacy
, based on a May 2016 nationally representative survey of the American people.
Gilley's The Right to Rule is an exploration into the concept of political legitimacy
. While its theoretical scaffold is solid, where the book breaks new ground is in the issue of measurement of legitimacy