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... a not very American perspective on corporate social responsibility

Frode Nyeng

... a not very American perspective on corporate social responsibility

responsibility for what?

by Frode Nyeng

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Published by Cappelen Akademisk in Oslo .
Written in English


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StatementFrode Nyeng.
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LC ClassificationsHF
The Physical Object
Pagination182 p. ;
Number of Pages182
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Open LibraryOL21296786M
ISBN 109788202264086

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) allows businesses large and small to enact positive change. When companies choose to do what is right not only for their bottom line but also both socially and environmentally, they benefit financially while building trust with consumers. Find out 16 examples of how some major brands are doing it successfully. This insightful and practical book presents twenty-five best practices, assembled to guide decision-making in the area of corporate social responsibility. It is, in the end, intended to help maximize the return on discretionary corporate investments, resulting in efforts that do the most social, environmental, and economic good/5(21).

  Nothing prepares people for a career in CSR then the combination of experience in business AND with social impact organizations. At MovingWorlds, we support a lot of professionals actively building their CV’s to prepare for a career in addition to recommending that people engage in skills-based volunteering, these are the 6 books we . Social responsibility in a traditional perspective includes holding up ethical standards with a business. a not very American perspective on corporate social responsiblity' -- subject(s.

  Most donors were satisfied with being one of many corporate sponsors, as visibility for efforts was not a goal or concern. And because it would require extra effort, few attempts were made to integrate and coordinate giving programs with other corporate strategies and business units such as marketing, human resources, and operations.   Milton Friedman can be pinpointed as one of the most notable opponents of CSR concept. Schwartz () mentions the Freedman’s () viewpoint which states that “there is one and only one social responsibility of business – to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits so long as it stays within the rules.


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The nature of corporate social responsibility is therefore a topical one for businesses and academics. There are, however, many different perspectives upon what is meant by corporate social responsibility and how this might be applied within organizations.

The authors involved are respected academics from a variety of disciplines from around 3/5(4). Professor Dirk Matten holds the Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility and is a Professor of Policy at the Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto.

Untilhe had a chair in business ethics and was director of a research centre on sustainability issues at the Royal Holloway College of the University of London.

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This book examines the concepts of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the context of globalisation and its many challenges, focusing on different legal perspectives that arise. This is book is a very comprehensive, clear and brilliantly-argued introduction to the different aspects of corporate social responsibility, sustainability and organizations.

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This chapter explores engagement in relation to corporate social responsibility (CSR), and highlights why engagement is not only seen as a foundational concept to CSR, but is necessary for CSR to succeed.

Specifically, this chapter draws on the existing literature to. Social responsibility can translate either into a passive approach, whereby one refrains from harmful actions, or an active policy, through which one actively pursues social and environmental goals.

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Electronic Inspection Copy available for instructors here Providing a much-needed critique of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practice and scholarship, this book seeks to redress CSR advocacy, from a political and critical perspective.

A strident approach backed up by extensive use of case studies presents the argument that most CSR-related activity aims to 5/5(3). CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM “Corporate social responsibility”, an unremittingly contested concept since its inception, has attracted global interest in a progressively integrated world economy.

Although it is not a contemporary concept, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is developing into a global Size: KB. Kitzmueller and Shimshack: Economic Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility 53 and implications for future research. A mes sage of this paper is that a fundamental eco nomic understanding of CSR is emerging.

We begin with the theory. Section explores insights from public economics regarding the mechanisms underlying pri. #N#R. Edward Freeman (born Decem ) is an American philosopher and professor of business administration at the Darden School of the University of Virginia, particularly known for his work on stakeholder theory () and on business ethics.

Stakeholder theory. Corporate social responsibility. 3 Selected mater: Wharton School of the University. answers to these questions necessitates a corporate vision that goes beyond the conventional, economically driven business perspective. In the past decade the search for these answers led to the development of the concept corporate social responsibility (CSR).

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Empowering Organizations through Corporate Social Responsibility addresses the implementation of businesses’ ethical standards in both emerging and advanced economies, interpreting the social impact of this issue in a global context.

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Social responsibility is not part of ethics, not an ethical theory, not an ethical principle, and not a means to determine morals, morality, or moral precepts.

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