The responsible corporation in a global economy / edited by Colin Crouch and Camilla Maclean.
Contributor(s): Crouch, Colin | Maclean, Camilla.Material type: TextPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2011Description: xx, 291 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780199592173 (hbk); 0199592179 (hbk).Subject(s): Executive management - social responsibility | Social responsibility of business | Business ethicsDDC classification: 658.408 Online resources: The responsible corporation in a global economy
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction: The Economic, Political, and Ethical Challenges of Corporate Social Responsibility / Colin Crouch -- 2.How Serious is CSR? A Critical Perspective / Elaine Sternberg -- 3.Past, Present, and Future Corporate Responsibility: Achievements and Aspirations / Alyson Warhurst -- 4.How Serious is CSR? A Corporate Perspective from IBM / Celia Moore -- 5.Corporate Responsibility for Pharmaceutical Corporations / Klaus M. Leisinger -- 6.The Responsible Corporation: Regulating the Supply Chain / Christian R. Thauer -- 7.CSR: A New Form of Social Regulation for Labour Relations within Transnational Companies / Andre Sobczak -- 8.The Governance of Global Supply Chains / Antonio Tencati -- 9.Promoting CSR through the United Nations: Developmental and Governance Implications / Peter Utting -- 10.Corporations and Citizenship in New Institutions of Global Governance / Dirk Matten --
Contents note continued: 11.Globalizing Corporate Citizenship: Political and Theoretical Considerations / Peter Newell -- 12.Governing Value Creation: New Policy and Organizational Approaches for the Global Economy / Anne-Laure Winkler.
No longer only the domain of corporate public relations, corporate social responsibility (CSR) has now become a serious concern for many firms and a major sphere of academic research. However, most strikingly, by encouraging corporations to play a role in economic governance, particularly at the global level, CSR also raises issues for political science, public policy, and the world of politics as a whole.