Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Change

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PART I   INTRODUCTION AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES.- 1 The Institutionalization of the Domain of Corporate Social Responsibility;  Arnaud Sales.- 2 CSR and the Neoliberal Imagination; Steen Vallentin and David Murillo.-  3 From Shareholders to Stakeholders: Portraying an Ambiguous Corporation;  Corinne Gendron.- 4 Reconsidering the Legitimacy and Efficiency of Corporate Strategies: A Case for Organizational Democracy; Anselm Schneider and Andreas Georg Scherer.- 5 Ethics in Leadership: Carving out the Ethical Core in Current Leadership Theories; Rebekka Skubinn, Claudia Buengeler, and Christoph Schank.- PART 2 THE NEW DYNAMICS OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY STANDARDS: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INITIATIVES.-  6 (Re-)enter the State: Business & Human Rights Dynamics as Shapers of CSR Norms and Institutions; Karin Buhmann.- 7 ISO 26000 gets around: Diffusion Work as Crucial Link Between Standard Creation and Adoption; Christoph Stamm.- PART 3 CORPORATE STRATEGIES AND CURRENT ISSUES.- 8  Developing Global Institutional Frameworks for Corporate Sustainability in the Context of Climate Change: The Impact Upon Corporate Policy and Practice;  Thomas Clarke;  9 Gaining Mutual Benefits through Business-non-Profit- Partnerships in Base-of the Pyramid-Markets: A Relational View; Jordis Grimm and Dirk Ulrich Gilbert.- 10. The Double-Edged Sword of Financial Incentive Schemes; Daniel Glaeser and Niels Van Quaquebeke.- 11 Corporate Strategies To Defend Social Irresponsibility: A Typology of Symbolic and Substantive Tactics; Emmanuelle Reuter and Florian Ueberbacher.- PART 4 IMPLEMENTING CSR: SOCIAL ACTORS’ ROLE IN ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE.- 12 Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility as Institutional Work: Exploring the Day-to-day Activities of CSR Managers in Multinational Corporations; Christopher Wickert and David Risi.- 13 Is CSR Crowding out Charity? A Case Study of CSR Implementation in a German Company; Stephan Bohn and Peter Walgenbach.- 14 From Crisis to CSR Leadership: A Case Study of Successful Implementation under External Pressures;  Arnaud Celka and Arnaud Sales.



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Herausgeber

Arnaud Sales

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Arnaud Sales holds a Doctorat d’État ès Lettres et Sciences Humaines, from Université Paris-Diderot, France. He is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the Université de Montréal, Canada. A specialist in economic sociology, his research interests center on the relations between the public and private spheres; economic and administrative elites, and knowledge workers; the role of knowledge in social transformations. His publications include: La Bourgeoisie industrielle au Québec (PUM 1979); Décideurs et gestionnaires with N. Bélanger (Éditeur officiel du Québec 1985). He has edited or co-edited the following volumes: Développement national et économie mondialisée (Sociologie et Sociétés 1979); La recomposition du politique with L. Maheu (PUM/L’Harmattan 1991); Québec, fin de siècle with N. Laurin (Sociologie et Sociétés 1994). The International handbook of sociology with S. Quah (SAGE 2000); New directions in the study of knowledge, economy and society with K. Adhikari (SAGE Series in International Sociology; Current Sociology 2001); Knowledge, communication and creativity with the collaboration of M. Fournier (SAGE 2007); Sociology today. Social transformation in a globalizing world (SAGE 2012). He was Vice-Dean of the Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Graduate Studies (1987-1992) and has chaired the Department of Sociology (2000-2007). He is a former Vice-President International of the Society for the advancement of socio-economics (1995-1998). After chairing the ISA Research Committee 02 on Economy and Society, he was elected Vice-President for Research (1998-2002) of the International Sociological Association and chaired the ISA Research Council. In 2006, he was named Chevalier de l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques of France.

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289

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  • PART I   INTRODUCTION AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES.- 1 The Institutionalization of the Domain of Corporate Social Responsibility;  Arnaud Sales.- 2 CSR and the Neoliberal Imagination; Steen Vallentin and David Murillo.-  3 From Shareholders to Stakeholders: Portraying an Ambiguous Corporation;  Corinne Gendron.- 4 Reconsidering the Legitimacy and Efficiency of Corporate Strategies: A Case for Organizational Democracy; Anselm Schneider and Andreas Georg Scherer.- 5 Ethics in Leadership: Carving out the Ethical Core in Current Leadership Theories; Rebekka Skubinn, Claudia Buengeler, and Christoph Schank.- PART 2 THE NEW DYNAMICS OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY STANDARDS: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INITIATIVES.-  6 (Re-)enter the State: Business & Human Rights Dynamics as Shapers of CSR Norms and Institutions; Karin Buhmann.- 7 ISO 26000 gets around: Diffusion Work as Crucial Link Between Standard Creation and Adoption; Christoph Stamm.- PART 3 CORPORATE STRATEGIES AND CURRENT ISSUES.- 8  Developing Global Institutional Frameworks for Corporate Sustainability in the Context of Climate Change: The Impact Upon Corporate Policy and Practice;  Thomas Clarke;  9 Gaining Mutual Benefits through Business-non-Profit- Partnerships in Base-of the Pyramid-Markets: A Relational View; Jordis Grimm and Dirk Ulrich Gilbert.- 10. The Double-Edged Sword of Financial Incentive Schemes; Daniel Glaeser and Niels Van Quaquebeke.- 11 Corporate Strategies To Defend Social Irresponsibility: A Typology of Symbolic and Substantive Tactics; Emmanuelle Reuter and Florian Ueberbacher.- PART 4 IMPLEMENTING CSR: SOCIAL ACTORS’ ROLE IN ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE.- 12 Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility as Institutional Work: Exploring the Day-to-day Activities of CSR Managers in Multinational Corporations; Christopher Wickert and David Risi.- 13 Is CSR Crowding out Charity? A Case Study of CSR Implementation in a German Company; Stephan Bohn and Peter Walgenbach.- 14 From Crisis to CSR Leadership: A Case Study of Successful Implementation under External Pressures;  Arnaud Celka and Arnaud Sales.