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  1. Benefit Corporations and B Corps represent alternative models of enterprise that bridge the for-profit and not-for-profit model (hybrid organizations). Italy is the first country outside the US to pass Benefit...

    Authors: Mara Del Baldo
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2019 4:4
  2. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is supposed to benefit corporations but as well to foster the well-being of individuals, communities and society. However, there is still a lack of reliable evaluation res...

    Authors: Harald Strotmann, Jürgen Volkert and Melinda Schmidt
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2019 4:2
  3. There is a long and varied history associated with the evolution of the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). However, a historical review is missing in the academic literature that portrays the ev...

    Authors: Mauricio Andrés Latapí Agudelo, Lára Jóhannsdóttir and Brynhildur Davídsdóttir
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2019 4:1
  4. Mexico’s 2008 energy reform established that Petróleos Mexicanos and its subsidiary entities could contract with individuals or corporate entities for labor and the provision of required services to improve th...

    Authors: Armando García-Chiang
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:15
  5. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an evolving concept that reflects various views and approaches regarding corporate relationships with broader society. This study examines the meanings and values attac...

    Authors: Anne Elizabeth Fordham and Guy M. Robinson
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:14
  6. The purpose of our empirical investigation, based on the theory of reasoned action and generational theory, is to study the green DIY retail store choice of socially responsible consumer generations (Baby Boom...

    Authors: Dan-Cristian Dabija and Brandusa Mariana Bejan
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:13
  7. This study examines the perception of professional accountants and the intention to engage in Sustainability Accounting & Reporting (SAR). By relying on the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB), the study investi...

    Authors: Teddy Ossei Kwakye, Emerald Edem Welbeck, Godfred Matthew Yaw Owusu and Fred Kwasi Anokye
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:11
  8. The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) underwent a overhaul in India for certain large, stable companies post the passing of the Companies Act, 2013. It transited from being a voluntary, sporadic...

    Authors: Nayan Mitra, Asif Akhtar and Ananda Das Gupta
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:10
  9. As the phenomenon of corporate social responsibility (CSR) establishes itself more globally, the question arises as to the nature of CSR in developing countries. Vietnam is one example of a developing country ...

    Authors: Minh Nguyen, Jo Bensemann and Stephen Kelly
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:9
  10. The relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and earnings management (EM) has only emerged recently as a topic of academic research. Literature suggests that firms may strategically use CSR t...

    Authors: Lars Moratis and Max van Egmond
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:8
  11. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been studied extensively in developed countries. However, although most of the world’s consumers live in developing countries, the study of CSR in developing countries...

    Authors: Boris Herbas Torrico, Björn Frank and Carlos Arandia Tavera
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:7
  12. This paper primarily explores the relevance of Corporate Social Responsibility Practices (CSRP) of organizations in attracting university students (prospective employees) in developing countries. The study emp...

    Authors: Samuel Nana Yaw Simpson and Eunice Kafui Aprim
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:6
  13. This study explores the relationship between institutional mechanisms and corporate social responsibility (CSR) in both Pakistan and New Zealand. Institutional factors are normally categorised as being either ...

    Authors: Majid Khan, James C. Lockhart and Ralph J. Bathurst
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:4
  14. Many corporations today have come to the realization that there are enormous benefits to be derived from being socially responsible in the societies they operate. Today, the argument is no longer about being a...

    Authors: Abdul Jelil Abukari and Ibn Kailan Abdul-Hamid
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:2
  15. This paper aims to analyze and discuss the evolution towards sustainable coffee supply chain and its management in Vietnam. Coffee is a major agricultural export commodity of Vietnam with the export value acco...

    Authors: Giang N. T. Nguyen and Tapan Sarker
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:1
  16. In the past decades, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has attracted increasing attention, with Corporate Environmental Responsibility (CER or Environmental CSR) playing an ever important role. This paper ...

    Authors: Haifeng Huang, Di Wu and Gaya J
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:12
  17. The purpose of the paper is to examine the type of environmental-related information firms disclose mostly in Ghana, the trend of such disclosures and investigate the determinants of environmental disclosures ...

    Authors: Emerald Edem Welbeck, Godfred Matthew Yaw Owusu, Rita Amoah Bekoe and John Amoah Kusi
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:11
  18. This paper provides a viewpoint of the culture and subcultures at Google Inc., which is a famous global company, and has a huge engineering staff and many talented leaders. Through its history of development, ...

    Authors: Sang Kim Tran
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:10
  19. The aim of this study is to develop a comprehensive framework and propositions showing the integration of market orientation (MO) as an economic-oriented strategy and corporate social responsibility (CSR), as ...

    Authors: Mahmoud Abdulai Mahmoud, Charles Blankson and Robert E. Hinson
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:9
  20. An Australian case study is presented of an ongoing conflict between Alcoa World Alumina, a multi-national mining company and the impacted stakeholders of Yarloop, a small rural community in Western Australia....

    Authors: Dyann Ross
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:8
  21. This study used an eclectic multiple-case design to explore what drives three large-scale mining companies’ involvement in CSR-mediated development activities, and their philosophical underpinning. The researc...

    Authors: Richard Kwasi Boso, Sam K. Afrane and Daniel K. B. Inkoom
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:7
  22. Research into Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Ghana generally, has seen increased scholarly attention but same cannot be said of the specific area of CSR and International Business (IB), ironically th...

    Authors: Robert Ebo Hinson, Frederick Avornyo, John Kuada and Felix Ankomah Asante
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:5
  23. The paper aims to analyse and discuss the evolution towards a sustainable business model and to focus on the motivations and the implications on the mission, the governance and the accountability of companies....

    Authors: Mara Del Baldo and Maria-Gabriella Baldarelli
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:3
  24. This research explores the role of Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) in corporate environmental responsibility practice within the context of a developing country, Ethiopia, and provides a framework that ena...

    Authors: Tibebe Sirak Asfaw, Vida Botes and Lula G. Mengesha
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:2
  25. Emerging economies face a plethora of social, economic and environmental issues. On the one hand, these have adverse effects that negatively impact the overall development of such economies; and on the other, ...

    Authors: Bhaskar Chatterjee and Nayan Mitra
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2017 2:1
  26. In recent years, Chinese private companies have improved a lot in corporate social responsibility (CSR) performance, especially in the philanthropic area. However, private companies’ awareness and performance ...

    Authors: Haifeng Huang and Zhenrui Zhao
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2016 1:9
  27. Auditing develops within a social context. On the basis of Parsons’ social action theory, we examine whether auditors’ attitude toward marketing activities influences the time balance between auditing and mark...

    Authors: Gholamhossein Mahdavi and Abbas Ali Daryaei
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2016 1:7
  28. Guided by Hofstede’s (Culture’s consequences: Comparing values, behaviors, institutions, and organizations across nations, 2001) cultural value of uncertainty avoidance, this study tests whether the effect of ...

    Authors: Soojung Kim and Jiyang Bae
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2016 1:6
  29. The purpose of this article is to challenge scholars of corporate social responsibility and CSR officers of private corporations to rethink their subject matter and their approach. The fundamental problem that...

    Authors: Nicholas Capaldi
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2016 1:4
  30. In this review article, the author takes another look at the well-known Carroll's Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). In this article, he comments on the framework's popular useage and then prese...

    Authors: Archie B. Carroll
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2016 1:3
  31. In the winter of 2015 world leaders presented plans for keeping the global temperature rise below 2 °C due to projected climate change threats. These threats present organizations, communities, and citizens wi...

    Authors: Myria W. Allen and Christopher A. Craig
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2016 1:1

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