Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Sustainable Value Creation redefines corporate social responsibility (CSR) as being central to the value-creating purpose of the firm. Based on a theory of empowered stakeholders, this bestselling text argues that the ‘responsibility’ of a corporation is to create value, broadly defined. In this new Fourth Edition, author David Chandler explores why some firms are better at CSR and how other firms can improve their CSR efforts.
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Table of Contents
PART I- CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
CHAPTER 1- WHAT IS CSR?
CHAPTER 2- THE DRIVING FORCES OF CSR
CHAPTER 3- CORPORATE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
PART I CASE STUDY: RELIGION
PART II- A STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE
CHAPTER 4- STAKEHOLDER THEORY
CHAPTER 5- CORPORATE STAKEHOLDER RESPONSIBILITY
CHAPTER 6- WHO OWNS THE CORPORATION?
PART II CASE STUDY: IMPACT INVESTING
PART IV- A STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE
CHAPTER 10- STRATEGY + CSR
CHAPTER 11- CSR AS A STRATEGIC FILTER
CHAPTER 12- STRATEGIC CSR
PART IV CASE STUDY: SUPPLY CHAIN
PART V- A SUSTAINABLE PERSPECTIVE
CHAPTER 13- SUSTAINABILITY
CHAPTER 14- IMPLEMENTING CSR
CHAPTER 15- SUSTAINABLE VALUE CREATION
PART V CASE STUDY: EMPLOYEES