Stakeholders, Governance and Responsibility Vol: 14

Shahla Seifi
University of Derby, UK

David Crowther
De Montfort University, UK

Product Details
14 Sep 2018
Emerald Publishing Limited
280 pages - 152 x 229mm
Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility
While it is generally accepted that both governance and corporate social responsibility are concerned with the way that an organisation manages its relations with its stakeholders, the actual relationships are not simple. The stakeholders who are considered to be dominant and most powerful can change dramatically over time. This is particularly so when governance or CSR is considered in the context of non-commercial forms of organisation. This book re-examines these relationships and the way in which they are changing and developing. The various contributions to the book address different aspects of these relationships from a wide international and interdisciplinary perspective. 
Part 1. Stakeholders roles in organisations
Chapter 1. Value creation from strategic partnerships between companies and NGOs; Louise Helene Nielsen, Peter Neergaard
Chapter 2. Participation As A Human Rights: A Right-Based Approach to Development; Nour Mohammad, Yeasmin Farzana
Chapter 3. The role of the Integrated Reporting in raising awareness of environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) performance; Thinh Hoang
Chapter 4. Employee well-being at work: insights for business leaders and corporate social responsibility; Nicole Cvenkel
Chapter 5. Strategic Alliance for Environmental Stewardship: The Market-Place Model; Chimaobi Okere
Chapter 6. Striving for Corporate Legitimacy through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Insights from NGO’s Perspectives; Mahadir Ladisma @ Awis, Hazman Shah Vijayan Abdullah, Norziana Lokman, Roshima Said

Part 2. Industry and stakeholders 
Chapter 7. Social Responsibility in Transition of Stakeholders – from the School to the University; Loreta Tauginienė, Jolanta Urbanovič  
Chapter 8. Institutionalizing Corporate Social Responsibility: A Study of Provisions and Implications of Indian Companies Act 2013; Roopinder Oberoi
Chapter 9. An Assessment of Airport Governance Policies with a Stakeholder Persepective; Ferhan Kuyucak Sengur, Bijan Vasigh  
Chapter 10. Corporate Social Responsibility as Catalyst for Development: Prospects and Challenges in Nigeria; Nojeem Amodu
Chapter 11. Sweatshops and a duty of care – to what extent? The case of Bangladesh; Sam Sarpong
Chapter 12. Synergising Distance Education and ICT, a study of the state of Meghalaya, India; Ananya S Guha & Isagahah Lawrniang

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