Corporate Social Responsibility in the Post-Financial Crisis by Anastasios Theofilou, Georgiana Grigore, Alin Stancu

By Anastasios Theofilou, Georgiana Grigore, Alin Stancu

Bringing jointly normative and instrumental CSR conceptualizations, perform dependent examples and foreign case stories, this edited quantity brings jointly vital contributions at the conceptualizations of CSR put up monetary difficulty. together with assurance of quite a few practices in constructing and constructed contexts, industry-specific actions, company ethics and sustainable improvement concerns, Corporate Social accountability within the Post-Financial Crisis brings jointly numerous views to supply wisdom and knowing throughout contexts.

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By Anastasios Theofilou, Georgiana Grigore, Alin Stancu

Bringing jointly normative and instrumental CSR conceptualizations, perform dependent examples and foreign case stories, this edited quantity brings jointly vital contributions at the conceptualizations of CSR put up monetary difficulty. together with assurance of quite a few practices in constructing and constructed contexts, industry-specific actions, company ethics and sustainable improvement concerns, Corporate Social accountability within the Post-Financial Crisis brings jointly numerous views to supply wisdom and knowing throughout contexts.

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Acknowledgments I would like to thank Daniel Cracau and two anonymous reviewers for valuable comments that helped to improve the chapter. Furthermore, I thank the audience at the 4th ICSR Conference. Moreover, funding provided by the Berliner Chancengleichheitsprogramm is gratefully acknowledged.  J. (1999). God and mammon: The modern relationship. Business Ethics Quarterly, 9(4), 563–582.  M. (1967). Personal religious orientation and prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 5(4), 432–443.

It is about the personal practice of religion (Allport and Ross 1967). But not only definitional differences remain, also a wide range of research methods impacts the diverse results. Acknowledging that religiosity does play a role not only in economics but also in sociology, theology, or ethics, there is the need to limit the investigation. The business ethics literature is assumed to be the relevant field of study. Thus, the author concentrates on results from this research area and the application of methods.

2 CSR Foundations and Digital Technology Academics have highlighted three dominant discourses showing to whom organizations are responsible (Marrewijk 2001), and we summarize them here to allow us to compare developments in business use of technology with the assumptions each carries about responsibility. Firstly, Marrewijk (2001) describes the classical approach to CSR captured in Friedman’s definition that states: “the social responsibility of the business is to increase its profits” (Friedman 1962).

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