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Corporate Social Responsibility

Three Volume Set
Edited by:
  • Andy Crane - York University, Toronto, Canada
  • Dirk Matten - Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada


August 2007 | 1 096 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Over the last four decades corporate social responsibility (CSR) has acquired distinctive organizational status and become the subject of an increasing number of social and environmental policies. This development has been reflected by an outpouring of literature that focuses on CSR and constitutes a distinct area of business education and research.

This major work carefully and constructively brings together seminal articles to provide a comprehensive overview of the burgeoning interdisciplinary and international scholarly writing in the field.

Papers will cover the following areas:

Volume I: Theories and Concepts of CSR – providing a comprehensive grounding in the conceptual and normative CSR literature.

Volume II: Managing and Implementing CSR – provides a thorough overview of CSR as a practical phenomenon.

Volume III: CSR in Global Context – provides an integrated international perspective on CSR theory and practice.

 
Volume One
Theories and Concepts of Corporate Social Responsibility  
 
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Charles Handy
What's a Business for?
Henry Mintzberg
The Case for Corporate Social Responsibility
 
PART TWO: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THEORY
Archie B Carroll
The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility
Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders  
Elisabet Garriga and Dom[gr]enec Mel[ac]e
Corporate Social Responsibility Theories
Mapping the Territory  
 
PART THREE: CRITIQUES OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Milton Friedman
The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits
Elaine Sternberg
The Nature of Business
 
PART FOUR: STAKEHOLDER THEORY
Thomas Donaldson and Lee E Preston
The Stakeholder Theory of the Corporation
Concepts, Evidence and Implications  
Robert Phillips, R Edward Freeman and Andrew C Wicks
What Stakeholder Theory Is Not
 
PART FIVE: CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP
Dirk Matten and Andrew Crane
Corporate Citizenship
Towards an Extended Theoretical Conceptualization  
Jeanne M Logsdon and Donna J Wood
Business Citizenship
From Domestic to Global Level of Analysis  
 
PART SIX: CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY AND BUSINESS ETHICS
David Wheeler, Barry Colbert and R Edward Freeman
Focusing on Value
Reconciling Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability and a Stakeholder Approach in a Network World  
Edwin M Epstein
The Corporate Social Policy Process
Beyond Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Social Responsiveness  
 
PART SEVEN: CORPORATE SOCIAL PERFORMANCE
Donna J Wood
Corporate Social Performance Revisited
Marc Orlitzky, Frank L Schmidt and Sara L Rynes
Corporate Social and Financial Performance
A Meta-Analysis  
 
PART EIGHT: HISTORY OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Tom Cannon
Corporate Responsibility
Archie B Carroll
Corporate Social Responsibility
Evolution of a Definitional Construct  
 
Volume Two
Managing and Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility  
 
Corporate Social Responsibility, Leadership and Strategy
David A Waldman, Donald S Siegel and Mansour Javidan
Components of CEO Transformational Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility
Lee Burke and Jeanne M Logsdon
How Corporate Social Responsibility Pays off
 
PART NINE: ORGANIZING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE, CULTURE AND LEARNING
Marc T Jones
The Institutional Determinants of Social Responsibility
Simon Zadek
The Path to Corporate Responsibility
 
PART TEN: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Peter Muchlinski
The Development of Human Rights Responsibilities for Multinational Enterprises
Daniel W Greening and Daniel B Turban
Corporate Social Performance as a Competitive Advantage in Attracting a Quality Workforce
 
PART ELEVEN: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND MARKETING
Jay M Handelman and Stephen J Arnold
The Role of Marketing Actions with a Social Dimension
Appeals to the Institutional Environment  
C B Bhattacharya and Sankar Sen
Doing Better at Doing Good
When, Why and How Consumers Respond to Corporate Social Initiatives  
 
PART TWELVE: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTING
Rob Gray
Thirty Years of Social Accounting, Reporting and Auditing
What (if Anything) Have We Learnt?  
Wayne Norman and Chris MacDonald
Getting to the Bottom of 'Triple Bottom Line'
 
PART THIRTEEN: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN PURCHASING AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Sarah Roberts
Supply Chain Specific? Understanding the Patchy Success of Ethical Sourcing Initiatives
Minette E Drumwright
Socially Responsible Organizational Buying
 
PART FOURTEEN: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS MANAGEMENT
Cynthia E Clark
Differences between Public Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility
An Analysis  
Dirk Holtbr[um]ugge and Nicola Berg
How Multinational Corporations Deal with Their Socio-Political Stakeholders
An Empirical Study in Asia, Europe and the US  
 
PART FIFTEEN: STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT AND PARTNERSHIPS
R Edward Freeman
Stakeholder Management
Framework and Philosophy  
Shirley Sagawa and Eli Segal
Common Interest, Common Good
Creating Value through Business and Social Sector Partnerships  
 
PART SIXTEEN: CODES OF CONDUCT
S Prakash Sethi
Standards for Corporate Conduct in the International Arena
Challenges and Opportunities for Multinational Corporations  
Ans Kolk, Rob van Tulder and Carlijn Welters
International Codes of Conduct and Corporate Social Responsibility
Can Transnational Corporations Regulate Themselves?  
 
Volume Three: Corporate Social Responsibility in Global Context
 
PART SEVENTEEN: GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND THE FIRM
Andreas Georg Scherer, Guido Palazzo and Doroth[ac]ee Baumann
Global Rules and Private Actors
Towards a New Role of the TNC in Global Governance  
John W Cioffi
Governing Globalization? The State, Law and Structural Change in Corporate Governance
 
PART EIGHTEEN: INSTITUTIONS OF GLOBAL CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
John Gerard Ruggie
Reconstituting the Public Domain
Issues, Actors and Practices  
David L Levy and Ans Kolk
Strategic Responses to Global Climate Change
Conflicting Pressures on Multinationals in the Oil Industry  
 
PART NINETEEN: GLOBAL CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE CORPORATION
Mary Kaldor
The Idea of Global Civil Society
Jonathan P Doh and Hildy Teegen
Nongovernmental Organizations as Institutional Actors in International Business
Theory and Implications  
 
PART TWENTY: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA
Isabelle Maignan and David A Ralston
Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe and the United States
Insights from Business Self-Presentations  
Dirk Matten and Jeremy Moon
A Conceptual Framework for Understanding CSR in Europe
 
PART TWENTY-ONE: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN ASIA
Wendy Chapple and Jeremy Moon
Corporate Social Responsibility in Asia
A Seven-Country Study of CSR Website Reporting  
S Elankumaran, Rekha Seal and Anwar Hashmi
Transcending Transformation
Enlightening Endeavours at Tata Steel  
 
PART TWENTY-TWO: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN AFRICA
Wayner Visser
Revisiting Carroll's CSR Pyramid
An African Perspective  
Thomas W Dunfee
Do Firms with Unique Competencies for Rescuing Victims of Human Catastrophes Have Special Obligations? Corporate Responsibility and the AIDS Catastrophe in Sub-Saharan Africa
 
PART TWENTY-THREE: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN LATIN AMERICA
Paul Alexander Haslam
The Corporate Social Responsibility System in Latin America and the Caribbean
Antonio Vives
Social and Environmental Responsibility in Small and Medium Enterprises in Latin America
 
PART TWENTY-FOUR: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
C K Prahalad and Allen Hammond
Serving the World's Poor, Profitably
Jedrzej George Frynas
The False Developmental Promise of Corporate Social Responsibility
Evidence from Multinational Oil Companies  
 
PART TWENTY-FIVE: FAIR TRADE AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Geoff Moore
The Fair Trade Movement
Parameters, Issues and Future Research  
Alex Nicholls and Charlotte Opal
Fair Trade Futures

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