Corporate social responsibility : a research handbook / edited by Kathryn Haynes, Alan Murray and Jesse Dillard
Contributor(s): Haynes, Kathryn | Murray, Alan | Dillard, JesseCall number: 658.408 C822 Material type: BookPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Groups, 2013 Description: xv, 359 p.ISBN: 9780415781718 (hbk.).Subject(s): Social responsibility of business
1, Introduction: corporate social responsibility - a research agenda -- Part I. Defining CSR. 2, Deciphering the domain of corporate social responsibility. 3, Economic development, climate change and the limitations of corporate social responsibility. 4, CSR and collaboration -- Part II. Taxation and social justice. 5, Smoke and mirrors: corporate social responsibility and tax avoidance. 6, Is corporation taxation practice a CSR issue? The duke of Westminster's guide to tax “avoidance”. 7, Corporate tax avoidance: an ethical evaluation. 8, Shackled states: finance capital and the global evolution of public private partnerships -- Part III. The environment and sustainability. 9, Accountability, sustainability and the world's largest corporations: of CSR, chimeras, oxymorons and tautologies. 10, Measuring sustainable development performance: possibilities and issues. 11, Using sciences in business sustainability teaching and research -- Part IV. Human right and CSR. 12, Human rights within an ethic of accountability. 13, Business and human rights: towards global standards -- Part V. Corporate philanthropy and CSR. 14, Contested perspectives on corporate philanthropy. 15, Corporate philanthropy at a time of (economic) crisis: the Irish experience. 16, Nonprofit-business partnerships as agents for change: cross sector social interactions - a contextualist research agenda -- Part VI. CSR, sustainability, governance and civil society - where next?. 17, Capitalism in crisis: lessons from the voluntary sector. 18, Enhancing impact of CSR on economic development and livelihoods in developing countries - opportunity for policy makers and global businesses. 19, Reflections on future of CSR and accounting for sustainability. 20, In conflicting paradigms of corporate social responsibility, whither social justice?.