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Introducing the key concepts in corporate social responsibility, the authors bring together the essential issues relevant to the responsible management of businesses, not-for-profit organizations and government.
With detailed coverage and cross-referencing for each concept and over 50 concepts introduced, this guide to both the theory and implementation of CSR and sustainability, provides an indispensable reference for any student of the subject.
Key concepts include: accountability; business ethics; corporate citizenship; corporate environmental reporting; definitions of CSR; ethical consumerism; human rights; NGOs; risk management; stakeholder theory and sustainable development.
Agency Theory Business at the Bottom of the Pyramid Business Case for CSR Business Ethics Business Networks Civil Society Codes of Conduct Community Relations Complexity Theory Corporate Accountability Corporate Citizenship Corporate Responsibility Reporting Corporate Social Responsibility Corporate Sustainability Corporate Sustainability Strategies Eco-Efficiency Employee Engagement Employee Health and Safety Environmental Discourses Environmental Policy Tools Ethical Consumerism Fair Trade Globalization Governance Green Marketing Greenwash Human Rights Intergenerational Equity Intragenerational Equity NGOs Performance Evaluation and Measurement Philanthropy Pollution and Waste Management Post-Colonialism Product Stewardship Resource-Based View Responsible Leadership Risk Management Social and Societal Marketing Social Capital Social Entrepreneurship Social Partnerships Socially Responsible Investment Stakeholder Theory Stewardship Sustainable Development Sweatshops Systems Approaches Triple Bottom Line Voluntary Regulation