|Author:||James E. Post|
|Title:||Research in Corporate Social Performance and Policy: A Research Annual : Center Themes in Csr Research|
|Format:||rtf docx lit mbr|
|ePUB size:||1414 kb|
|FB2 size:||1532 kb|
|DJVU size:||1986 kb|
|Publisher:||Jai Pr (February 1, 1987)|
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rized into groups according to the dominant CSR theme or focus of the articles concerned, for in-. stance social responsibility, environmental responsibility and business ethics (. 2008; Lockett et a. 2006; Taneja et al. 2011). or focus of the articles .
The need of the hour is to assess and identify the coverage of the corporations toward its social responsibility. Corporate social responsibility was measured using CSR index. In aggregate, the results of the study conclude that corporate social performance (CSR) has no effect on financial performance (CFP).
The study reveals that Social Responsibility Expenditure does not have significant effect on the Gross Earnings of banks in Nigeria
The Science of Science Funding Initiative. The Women Working Longer Project. Conference on Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (CEME). Illinois Workplace Wellness Study. The Oregon Health Insurance Experiment. He is also the Mitsui Professor of Economics at .
She also has interest in organizational learning, entrepreneurship and innovation. Dome& Mele´ is Professor and Director of the Department of Business Ethics at IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Spain and chairs the bi-annual ‘‘International Symposium on Ethics, Business and Society’’ held by IESE. KEY WORDS: corporate social responsibility, corporate responsiveness, corporate citizenship, stakeholder manage ment, corporate social performance, issues management, sustainable development, the common good. Since the second half of the 20th century a long debate on corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been taking place. In 1953, Bowen (1953) wrote the seminal book Social Responsibilities of the Businessman.
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An Empirical Measure of Corporate Social Orientation. Aupperle, K. E. 1991. The Use of Forced-Choice Survey Procedures in Assessing Corporate Social Orientation. Bartlett, C. and Ghoshal, . .In From The Universities To The Marketplace: The Business Ethics Journey: The Second Annual Vincentan Conference, ed. Fleckenstein, . Maury, . Hartmann, L. and Primeaux, .Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 17–25. Management Ethics and Corporate Policy: A Cross-Cultural Comparison. Journal of Management Studies 37(3): 349–69. Jackson, . and Artola, M.
2 Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Business. traditional boundaries of the organization. Most organizations can be placed somewhere in between. The literature also reveals that although the aspiration of many corporations to contribute to a better world is great, translating that aspiration into reality proves to be somewhat of a challenge. This section of the book introduces the reader to key themes in the field and refers to the most representative publications for each. This overview does not aspire to provide a comprehensive picture of either the field or the full content of the annotations that follow. The full scenario can only be understood by a complete reading of the annotations themselves.
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