Corporate Responsibility and Stakeholding Vol: 10

David Crowther
De Montfort University, UK

Shahla Seifi
Seifi Crowther Consulting, UK


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781786356260
Published:
28 Oct 2016
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
272 pages - 152 x 229 x 20mm
Series:
Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility
Although much consideration has been given to the relationship between a corporation and its stakeholders, less attention has been given as to who those stakeholders might consist of. Nevertheless in this globalised world the effects of the actions of a corporation can been seen to extend far beyond the boundaries of the organisation and far beyond the countries in which that corporation is domiciled or operates. Indeed not only can a butterfly flapping its wings cause a hurricane in another part of the world but also a minor decision by a corporation can have a dramatic social, economic or geopolitical impact in other parts of the world. Thus the stakeholder community of a corporation must be considered as far greater than its voluntary stakeholders, far greater than its internal stakeholders and far greater than its supply chain and value chain. This has considerable implications for the corporation and its approach to both its operations and its sense of corporate responsibility. Too often this is not considered or even recognised so in this book we take the widest definition of stakeholders and consider aspect of the corporation’s responsibility to this community.
Introduction: The Unknown Stakeholder PART I: THEORISING STAKEHOLDING Hyper-Transparency: The Stakeholders Uprising - Amir Hossein Rahdari The Role of Shapeholders as a Link Between a Firm and Non-Stakeholders: The Pursuit of an Economy for the Common Good Based on Stakeholder Theory - Jose Luis Retolaza, Leire San-Jose and Ricardo Aguado Microfinance and Women Empowerment - M. Abu Naser and David Crowther Managing with Depleted Resources - Shahla Seifi and David Crowther Corporate Stakeholding and Globalism: A Need for Revision of the Stakeholder Concept Using the Resist-Model Against ‘Business-As-Usual’ - Linne Marie Lauesen PART II: STAKEHOLDING IN PRACTICE Influences on Stakeholder Engagement in Sustainability Accounting and Reporting: A Study of Australian Local Councils - Amanpreet Kaur and Sumit Lodhia Determinants of Sustainability E-Reporting in Portuguese Municipalities: An Institutional and Legitimacy Theoretical Framework - Veronica Paula Lima Ribeiro, Sonia Maria Da Silva Monteiro and Ana Maria De Abreu E Moura Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance: GIC’s Share Prices Value Impact - Event Study - Lucely Vargas Corporate Social Responsibility and Cause-Related Marketing in School Sports Events: Assessing Consumption Decisions of External Stakeholders - Ana Ramos, Helena Alves and Joao Leitao Conceptualization of Social Entrepreneurship: Narratives on Avant Garde Social Entrepreneurs from India - Roopinder Oberoi Types of Corporate Social Responsibility Practices Across the Industry in Pakistan and Their Effectiveness - Sania Batool, Aroosha Butt and Beenish Niazi
Edited by David Crowther, De Montfort University, UK Shahla Seifi, University of Derby, UK

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