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Corporate social responsibility vol. 2

Economic-financial responsibility and stakeholders

José Allouche

Palgrave 2006.320 s. ISBN 140394413x
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This book contributes new ideas on the theme of global responsibility from a European viewpoint, and raises questions of how European values can be adopted into the American mainstream. It examines corporate social performance versus corporate financial performance, social risk, and CSR stakeholders

Contents PART ONE: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ECONOMIC/FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
Links between CSR and Corporate Financial Performance: Theoretical Determinants; M.Orlitzky
The Relationship between CSR and Corporate Financial Performance: A Survey; J.Allouche & P.Laroche
Corporate Human Resources Performance and Corporate Financial Performance; J.Allouche, M.Charpentier & C.Guillot
Lay-Off Announcements and Financial Performance; P.Chalos
Measuring Corporate Perfomance and Business Ethics; J.Sirgy
Environmental Disclosures and Financial Performance; S.D.Stanwick & P.A.Stanwick
CSR and Institutional Investment; B.Stone
Social Rating and Socially Responsible Investment; M.Kiernan
PART TWO: THE STAKEHOLDERS
Corporate Governance, Communication and CSR; S.Deetz
Corporate Citizenship; W.Waddock & J,Andriof
Shareholder Activism and CSR; B.Amann, J.Caby J.Jaussaud & J.Pinero
CSR and Consumers; I.Maignan & O.C.Ferrel
Non-Governmental Organizations and CSR;
Corporate Leaders and Community Leaders; A.Boehm
Teaching CSR as a Challenge; E.Cornuel & P.Kletz
Educational Programs in CSR; D.Arena & J.M.Lozano
Building New Institutions Devoted to CSR; G.Lensen
Corporates Faced to Justice;
Author BiographiesJOSÉ ALLOUCHE is Professor of HRM, Head of the Human Resources Department at the Institut d'Administration des Entreprises (IAE), Université Paris Sorbonne in France. An social/industrial economist, his research over the last twenty years has been on corporate performance. He has published widely on organization theory, family businesses, and the measurement of corporate social performance.