- Author:Dirk Matten,Laura Spence,Andrew Crane
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (January 29, 2008)
- Pages:542 pages
- Subcategory:Business Culture
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PDF This is chapter one from the textbook Corporate Social Responsibility: Readings and Cases in Global Context written by Crane . Explain the approach to corporate social responsibility adopted in the rest of the book
PDF This is chapter one from the textbook Corporate Social Responsibility: Readings and Cases in Global Context written by Crane, Matten and Spence. Explain the approach to corporate social responsibility adopted in the rest of the book. Introduction: the recent rise of CSR. The role of corporations in society is clearly on the agenda.
Chapter in: Crane, . Matten, . and Spence, . 'Corporate Social Responsibility: Readings and Cases in a Global Context', 2/e. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 3-26. 24 Pages Posted: 10 Sep 2013 Last revised: 13 Sep 2013. See all articles by Andrew Crane. University of Bath - School of Management. York University - Schulich School of Business. University of London - Royal Holloway College. Date Written: September 1, 2013.
Crane, Matten and Spence invite the reader on a global, practical and intellectual journey to understand CSR in a way that provides an excellent overview of some of the core concepts and, in particular, invite students to engage in key debates. Mette Morsing, Professor PhD, Copenhagen Busines School, Denmark.
Crane, Andrew and Matten, Dirk and Spence, Laura . Corporate Social Responsibility: In Global . CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: READINGS AND CASES IN GLOBAL CONTEXT, pp. 3-20, Routledge, 2008. Corporate Social Responsibility: In Global Context (2008). com/abstract 1667081. Andrew Crane (Contact Author).
The Market for Corporate Virtue: The Potential and Limits of Corporate Social Responsibility. Vogel D (2005) The Market for Corporate Virtue: The Potential and Limits of Corporate Social Responsibility. Washington, DC: Brookings Institute.
As a relatively young subject matter, corporate social responsibility has unsurprisingly developed and evolved .
Other Authors: Crane, Andrew, 1968-, Matten, Dirk, Spence, Laura . 1968 . Business ethics : managing corporate citizenship and sustainability in the age of globalization, Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten. 1968-. by: Crane, Andrew, 1968- Published: (2010). by: Crane, Andrew, 1968- Published: (2016). The Journal of corporate citizenship.
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Extended Theoretical Conceptualization Dirk Matten and Andrew Crane 140 1.
Extended Theoretical Conceptualization Dirk Matten and Andrew Crane 140 10. Business Citizenship: From Domestic to Global Level of Analysis Jeanne M. Logsdon and Donna J. Wood 157 vi contents Chapter 6: Corporate Sustainability and Business Ethics 11. Focusing on Value: Reconciling Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability and a Stakeholder Approach in a Network World David Wheeler, Barry Colbert and R. Edward Freeman 186 12. The Corporate Social Policy Process: Beyond Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Corporate Social Responsiveness Edwin M. Epstein 207 Chapter 7: C. .
CSR Exam notes - Samenvatting Corporate Social Responsibility. Forest L. Reinhardt - Corporate Social Responsibility through an Economic Lens. 0Pages: 2year: 14/15. 1Pages: 5year: 17/18. 1Pages: 4year: 14/15. Allen and Overy - The Shell Nigeria cases - an important precedent for transnational liability claims. 0Pages: 1year: 14/15. 0. Larry Cata Backer – Transparency and Business in International Law – Governance between norm and technique. 0Pages: 5year: 14/15.
Modern business is obliged to meet increasingly demanding ethical, environmental, legal, commercial, and public standards as defined by wider society. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has therefore become an important consideration for managers at all levels, as well as one of the most vibrant areas of study and research in the field of business and management. This important new book provides a comprehensive and student-centred introduction to the key themes and issues currently being addressed in CSR around the world.
This book brings together material by the most influential teachers and scholars working in CSR today, as well as many of the most cited and important articles, and is clearly structured in three parts:
understanding CSR applying CSR managing CSR.
Each section includes an extensive and accessible editorial commentary that introduces the key debates and themes contained in the articles, as well as clearly defined learning objectives to guide the reader and challenging and thought-provoking study questions to consolidate learning.It also includes three major case studies to enable the reader to relate theory to the real world, focusing on Nike in Asia, Vodafone in South Africa, and ABN AMRO in Brazil. Drawing on examples and issues from across the globe, this book is essential reading for all students and managers with an interest in corporate governance and business ethics.