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A stakeholder approach to corporate social responsibility : pressures, conflicts, and reconciliation

Author: Adam Lindgreen; et al
Publisher: Burlington, VT : Gower, ©2011.
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According to a recent McKinsey & Co. global survey, 95% of surveyed CEOs believe that 'society has greater expectations than it did five years ago that companies will assume public responsibilities.'  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Stakeholder approach to corporate social responsibility.
Burlington, VT : Gower, c2011
(DLC) 2011048045
(OCoLC)767255923
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Adam Lindgreen; et al
ISBN: 9781409418405 1409418405
OCLC Number: 795123498
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Contents: Foreword; Part I Empirical-Based Frameworks for Understanding Pressures, Conflict and Reconciliation: Understanding Stakeholder Conflicts and Mobilization: The impact of socioeconomic and political factors on stakeholder dialogs, Matthias S. Fifka; What makes a stakeholder act? Exploring the impact of the issue in the stakeholder relationship, Sally Davenport and Shirley Leitch; Swapping stories: how firms and stakeholders use blogs as narrative discourse to create efficacy and meaning for corporate social responsibility, David M. Boje, Stephanie Maynard-Patrick and Steven M. Elias; Brent Spar revisited: conflict and cooperation from a stakeholder perspective, Matthias S. Fifka; Engaging with the enemy: understanding the adversarial stakeholder processes and outcomes, Maureen Bourassa and Peggy Cunningham. Managing Risks of Stakeholder Conflicts: A license to operate for the extractive industries? Operationalizing stakeholder thinking in international business, Romy Kraemer and Rob van Tulder; Risk management and communication: pressures and conflicts of a stakeholder approach to corporate social responsibility, Robert L. Heath, Michael J. Palenchar, Katherine A. McComas and Stephanie Proutheau; Risk conflicts and demands for social and environmental accounting: an empirical study, Georgios Georgakopoulos and Ian Thomson. Engaging with Stakeholders and Implementing a Stakeholder Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility: The evolution of corporate social responsibility in Gucci: from risk management to stakeholder engagement, Massimiliano Bonacchi, Paolo Perego and Rosella Ravagli; The working stakeholder: new perspectives on corporate social responsibility and the employee, Peter Fleming; Giving credit where credit is due: distributive justice and corporate volunteerism, Mary Runte and Debra Z. Basil; Indigenous people, stakeholders and corporate social responsibility, Tom Cooper and Terry Hickey; Resolving environmental and social conflicts: responsible innovation in small producers' clusters in Northern Vietnam, Jaap Voeten, Nigel Roome, Gerard de Groot and Job de Haan; Reconciling stakeholder requests and carbon dependency: what is the right climate strategy?, Timo Busch and Jonatan Pinkse. Part II Theoretical-Based Frameworks for Understanding Pressures, Conflicts and Reconciliation: Boomerang politics: how transnational stakeholders impact multinational corporations in the context of globalization, Frank den Hond and Frank G.A. de Bakker; Using a dialectic approach to understand stakeholders' conflicts with corporate social responsibility activities, Lucia Lima Rodrigues and Russell Craig; 'Make sense who may': corporate social responsibility as a continuous multi-stakeholder co-construction process, Francois Maon, Valerie Swaen and Adam Lindgreen; A new institutionalism approach to stakeholder theory, Robin T. Byerly; Enhancing the care-based resolution of CSR-related, firm-stakeholder conflict: invoking the counsel of Mary Parker Follett, Sheldene Simola; A configurational approach to corporate social responsibility- financial performance empirical research, Roberto Garcia-Castro; A corporate social responsibility decision framework for managers and stakeholders, Duane Windsor; Index.
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'In a world where corporations are seen as ominous threats, this innovative collection invites us to take a new look. It shows how the "stakeholders" of the modern corporation encompass far more than Read more...

 
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