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. The Changing role of business in global society: CSR and beyond
PARTE I - STRATEGY AND CSR
. Historical perspectives on corporate social responsability
. Strategic CSR: Ambitions and critiques
. Corporate responsability strategies for sustainability
. Managing for stakeholders in the digital age
. Political CSR: The corporation as a political actor
PART II - THE REGULATORY DYNAMICS OF CSR
. Standards for CSR: legitimacy, impact and critique
. Corporate responsability reporting
. NGO activism and CSR
.Government as a regulator of CSR: Beyond voluntarism
. CSR communication: What is it? Why is it important?
. CSR and crisis communication strategies
. CSR and reputation: too much of a good thing?
. The corporate construction of transparency and (in)transparency
PART IV - THE GOVERNANCE OF TRANSNATIONAL ISSUES
. Business and human rights: Not just another CSR issue?
. Anti-Corruption governance and global business
.Business and transnational environmental governance
. Labour rights in global supply chains
This upper-level textbook offers an original and up-to-date introduction to issues in corporate social responsibility (CSR) from a global perspective. Written by an international team of experts, it guides students through key themes in CSR including strategy, communication, regulation and governance. Balancing critiques of CSR with a discussion of the opportunities it creates, it includes chapters devoted to critical issues such as human rights, anti-corruption, labour rights and the environment. Pedagogical features include customised case studies, study questions, key term highlighting, practitioner pieces and suggestions for further resources. The book is also complemented by a companion website featuring adaptable lecture slides, teaching notes for cases and links to related resources. Tailored for upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate courses on corporate social responsibility, sustainability and business ethics, it is also relevant to non-business courses in political science, international relations and communications.