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Corporate Social Responsibility: Definition, Core Issues, and Recent Developments

Год выпуска: 2013
Автор: Brent D. Beal

Synopses & Reviews

Publisher Comments

Corporate Social Responsibility: Definition, Core Issues and Recent Developments offers a well-structured and thorough introduction to corporate social responsibility (CSR). Author Brent D. Beal introduces the basic concept of CSR, briefly discusses the challenges of defining it, and summarizes important conceptual models. CSR is examined in the context of the perfect competition market model, market failure, and social dilemmas. Three different types of CSRsystemic, strategic, and philanthropicare highlighted. Finally, arguments both for and against CSR are outlined and several conceptual frames are proposed. Readers are encouraged to think about what businesses should be responsible for in society and how a societys economic system should be structured, bounded, and ultimately, controlled. This text is appropriate for any business course in which the introduction of CSR would complement other course content.



Review

Beal (management, U. of Texas at Tyler) introduces business studentsto corporate social responsibility, its definition and related terms, key elements, and recent developments. He addresses reportingand measuring it; the concentric circle and pyramid models; important assumptions about it (mutual dependence, markets as socialinstitutions, and social control); value creation, the perfect competition market model, market failure, and social dilemmas; types;and the business case for and arguments against corporate social responsibility. There is no index.Annotation 2014 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Review

Beal (management, U. of Texas at Tyler) introduces business studentsto corporate social responsibility, its definition and related terms, key elements, and recent developments. He addresses reportingand measuring it; the concentric circle and pyramid models; important assumptions about it (mutual dependence, markets as socialinstitutions, and social control); value creation, the perfect competition market model, market failure, and social dilemmas; types;and the business case for and arguments against corporate social responsibility. There is no index.Annotation 2014 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Review

Beal (management, U. of Texas at Tyler) introduces business studentsto corporate social responsibility, its definition and related terms, key elements, and recent developments. He addresses reportingand measuring it; the concentric circle and pyramid models; important assumptions about it (mutual dependence, markets as socialinstitutions, and social control); value creation, the perfect competition market model, market failure, and social dilemmas; types;and the business case for and arguments against corporate social responsibility. There is no index.Annotation 2014 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Review

Beal (management, U. of Texas at Tyler) introduces business studentsto corporate social responsibility, its definition and related terms, key elements, and recent developments. He addresses reportingand measuring it; the concentric circle and pyramid models; important assumptions about it (mutual dependence, markets as socialinstitutions, and social control); value creation, the perfect competition market model, market failure, and social dilemmas; types;and the business case for and arguments against corporate social responsibility. There is no index.Annotation 2014 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Review

Beal (management, U. of Texas at Tyler) introduces business studentsto corporate social responsibility, its definition and related terms, key elements, and recent developments. He addresses reportingand measuring it; the concentric circle and pyramid models; important assumptions about it (mutual dependence, markets as socialinstitutions, and social control); value creation, the perfect competition market model, market failure, and social dilemmas; types;and the business case for and arguments against corporate social responsibility. There is no index.Annotation 2014 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Review

Beal (management, U. of Texas at Tyler) introduces business studentsto corporate social responsibility, its definition and related terms, key elements, and recent developments. He addresses reportingand measuring it; the concentric circle and pyramid models; important assumptions about it (mutual dependence, markets as socialinstitutions, and social control); value creation, the perfect competition market model, market failure, and social dilemmas; types;and the business case for and arguments against corporate social responsibility. There is no index.Annotation 2014 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Review

Beal (management, U. of Texas at Tyler) introduces business studentsto corporate social responsibility, its definition and related terms, key elements, and recent developments. He addresses reportingand measuring it; the concentric circle and pyramid models; important assumptions about it (mutual dependence, markets as socialinstitutions, and social control); value creation, the perfect competition market model, market failure, and social dilemmas; types;and the business case for and arguments against corporate social responsibility. There is no index.Annotation 2014 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis

Defining CSR is not merely a descriptive exercise. It is not as simple as attaching a linguistic label to a particular business practice, as is the case with many other concepts in strategic management. It is a normative exercise in the sense that defining CSR requires enumerating what businesses should be responsible for in society. Taken far enough, defining CSR is also a political or ideological exercise that describes how a societys political economy should be structured, bounded, and ultimately, controlled. Given its nature, it is not surprising that there is little agreement on the specifics. The Beal supplement is designed to allow strategy faculty to bring these ideas into a strategy class and debate them.



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