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Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Sustainable Value Creation 5ed (ISE)

by David Chandler SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
09/2019
ISBN:
9781544372228
Format:
Pbk 472 pages
Price:
AU$179.00 NZ$184.35

SAGE Student Price: AU$152.15

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This 5th edition redefines Corporate Social Responsibility as being central to the value-creating purpose of the firm. This comprehensive text has a strong emphasis on strategy while balancing theory with practical applications.

Why CSR Matters
CSR as Value Creation
Studying CSR
Supplementary Materials
CSR Newsletter
Additional Online Support
Instructors
Students
Plan of the Book
Content Chapters
Case Studies
Acknowledgements
Part I: Corporate Social Responsibility
Chapter 1: What is CSR?
A New Definition of CSR
The Evolution of CSR
Foundations of CSR
An Ethical Argument for CSR
A Moral Argument for CSR
A Rational Argument for CSR
An Economic Argument for CSR
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 2: The Driving Forces of CSR
Affluence
Inequality within Countries
Inequality among Countries
Sustainability
Globalization
Communication
Mobile Devices
Social Media
Brands
Brands with Attitude
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Case Study: Religion
Religion and Capitalism
Islamic Finance
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Next Steps
Part II: A Stakeholder Perspective
Chapter 3: Stakeholder Theory
Stakeholder Definition
A New Definition
Stakeholder Prioritization
Organizational , Economic, and Societal Stakeholders
Evolving Issues
Prioritizing among Issues and Stakeholders
A Model of Stakeholder Management
Strategic CSR for Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 4: Corporate Stakeholder Responsibility
CSR: A Corporate Responsibility?
Milton Friedman vs. Charles Handy
CSR: A Stakeholder Responsibility
Stakeholder Engagement
Caring Stakeholders
Informed Stakeholders
Transparent Stakeholders
Educated Stakeholders
Engaged Stakeholders
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Case Study: Capitalism
The Financial Crisis
Moral Hazard
Global Capitalism
Occupy Wall Street
The Financial Crisis - Ten Years On
The Rise of Socialism?
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Next Steps
Part III: A Legal Perspective
Chapter 5: Corporate Rights and Responsibilities
Corporate Rights
Citizens United
Corporate Responsibilities
Corporate Governance
Benefit Corporations
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 6: Who Owns the Firm?
History of the Corporation
Limited Liability and the Stock Market
Shareholders Own Shares
A Legal Person
Business Judgement Rule
Fiduciary Duty
Dodge v. Ford
Stakeholders, Not Shareholders
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Case Study: Media
CNN
Facebook
Fake News
Addictions
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Next Steps
Part IV: A Behavioral Perspective
Chapter 7: Market and Profit
Markets
Stakeholders as Market Makers
Profit
Economic Value + Social Value
Profit Optimization
Production Value and Consumption Value
Social Progress
The Next Billion
Unilever
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 8: Compliance and Accountability
Voluntary vs. Mandatory
Self-interest
Behavioral Economics
Nudges
Accountability
Defining CSR
Measuring CSR
CSR Reporting
Step 1: Standardizing CSR
Step 2: Certifying CSR
Step 3: Labeling CSR
CSR Pricing
Lifecycle Pricing
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Case Study: Investing
Socially Responsible Investing
Environmental, Social, Governance
Values-based Funds
Sin Funds
Impact Investing
Social Impact Bonds
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Next Steps
Part V: A Strategic Perspective
Chapter 9: Strategy + CSR
Vision, Mission, Strategy, Tactics
Strategic Analysis
Resource Perspective
Industry Perspective
Integrating CSR
Strategy Formulation
CSR Threshold
Strategy Implementation
CSR Filter
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 10: Strategic CSR
CSR Perspective
Core Operations
Stakeholder Perspective
Optimize Value
Medium to Long Term
Strategic CSR is Not an Option
Not Philanthropy
Not Caring Capitalism
Not Sharing Value
Strategic CSR is Business
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Case Study: Supply Chain
An Ethical Supply Chain
Fair Trade
An Unethical Supply Chain
Apple
A Strategic Supply Chain
Starbucks
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Next Steps
Part VI: A Sustainable Perspective
Chapter 11: Sustainability
Sustainable Development
COP21
COP24
Sustainability in Practive
Climate Change
Resilience
Natural Capital
Stakeholders
Waste
e-Waste
Plastic
Beyond Sustainability
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Chapter 12: Sustainable Value Creation
Values, Morals, and Business Ethics
Value Creation
Conscious Capitalism
Values-based Business
Strategic CSR is Good for Business
Strategic CSR Debate
Questions for Discussion and Review
Final Thoughts
Appendix: Implementing CSR

David Chandler (david.chandler@ucdenver.edu) is Associate Professor of Management at the University of Colorado Denver Business School. His research focuses on the dynamic interface between the firm and its institutional environment. His research has been published in Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, and Strategic Organization. Additional related publications include the book Corporate Social Responsibility: A Strategic Perspective (Business Expert Press, 2014). He received his PhD in Management from The University of Texas at Austin.