Corporate Social Responsibility

 

Sub-Topics

·         CSR and Business Ethics

·         Rationale Behind CSR: Pragmatic, Strategic, and Ethical

·         Types of CSR: Economic, Legal, Ethical, and Philanthropic

·         The Benefits of Good Reputation

 

Suggeseted Readings:

 

Buchholz, R. A., & Rosenthal, S. B. (1999). Social responsibility and business ethics. In R. Frederick (Ed.), A companion to business ethics (pp. 303-321). Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Publishers.

 

Friedman, M. (2007). The social responsibility of business is to increase its profits. In W. Zimmerli, M. Holzinger & K. Richter (Eds.), Corporate ethics and corporate governance (pp. 173-178): Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

 

Additional Readings:

 

Freeman, R. E. (2007). A stakeholder theory of modern corporation. In L. Hartman & A. Chatterjee (Ed.), Perspectives in business ethics (Vol. 3, pp. 144-154). New Delhi: McGraw-Hill Education (India) Pvt Limited.

 

Goodpaster, K. E. (1991). Business ethics and stakeholder analysis. Business Ethics Quarterly, 1(1), 53-73.

 

Jones, T. M. (1995). Instrumental stakeholder theory: A synthesis of ethics and economics. Academy of Management Review, 20(2), 404-437.

 

McWilliams, A., & Siegel, D. (2001). Corporate social responsibility: A theory of the firm perspective. Academy of Management Review, 26(1), 117-127.

 

Mulligan, T. (1986). A critique of Milton Friedman's essay 'The social responsibility of business is to increase its profits'. Journal of Business Ethics, 5(4), 265-269.

 

Shaw, B. (1988). A reply to Thomas Mulligan's "Critique of Milton Friedman's essay 'The social responsibility of business to increase its profits' ". Journal of Business Ethics, 7(7), 537-543.

 

Stoll, M. (2002). The ethics of marketing good corporate conduct. Journal of Business Ethics, 41(1-2), 121-129.