Corporate social responsibility (csr), also known as corporate citizenship, responsible business, or sustainable responsible business is all but a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model where companies manage the business processes to produce an overall positive impact on society. Literature review and research opportunities on credibility of corporate social responsibility reporting author(s): john abernathy , (department of accounting, coles college of business, kennesaw state university , kennesaw, georgia, usa . Corporate social responsibility csr has become a popular research stream in business administrations' theory, as the increasing number of publications and specialised journals indicate there can be identified numerous attempts in literature to define csr in a first step, the paper reviews selected. Although the concept of corporate social responsibility (csr) has been advocated for decades and is commonly employed by corporations globally, agreement on how csr should be defined and implemented remains a contentious debate amongst academia, businesses and society. Corporate social responsibility csr has become a popular research stream in business administrations' theory, as the increasing number of publications and specialised journals indicate.
Corporate social responsibility (csr), corporate social performance (csp), corporate environmental responsibility and firm sustainability are only some examples of terms commonly used to assign a name to a very popular concept with blurred, but high stakes. Social responsibility needs to be deeply ingrained in the minds of every one right from childhood have built orphanages should perceive as an effective tool for the well balanced growth and development of a nation. Corporate social responsibility (csr) in supply chain management (scm) has gained an increasing research attention in recent years extant studies have discussed stakeholder interests, performance evaluation, ethical sourcing, and sustainable production.
Corporate social responsibility is a living matter topic and it is still not embraced by everyone it is necessary to help managers and people in general to understand how crucial this concept is 3. Harvard business review on corporate responsibility (2003) is one of the book series published by harvard business school press it is a compilation of articles on corporate social responsibility and. Sustainability: literature review and research options oliver salzmann, imd, lausanne aileen ionescu-somers, imd, lausanne corporate social responsibility. Scope of review •corporate social responsibility related articles appear most in management journals, for example, there have been about 310 papers on csr(included in title) in journal of business.
However, literature review for corporate social responsibility is discussed in relation to the csr theories and pr theories that support the activities implemented by econet and nrz this literature review will broaden the scope of the study that seeks to comparatively assess the approach of csr by pr department at econet and nrz for mutual. The area of corporate social responsibility may consider how csr initiatives impact financial performance across different industries, whether csr programs add value to intangible assets such as brand, and how transparency of csr reporting impacts.
Corporate governance, in particular gender diversity in board, and corporate social responsibility the purpose of this paper is to review the research conducted by various authors and understand. Csr governance literature review 1 corporate social responsibility (csr) governance literature review executive summary strandberg consulting conducted a literature review of the professional and academic. The purpose of this study is to present a taxonomical classification of literature on consumer perspectives toward corporate social responsibility (csr) along with a comprehensive bibliography and future research agenda. Corporate social responsibility (csr) has become a popular research stream in business administrations' theory, as the increasing number of publications and specialised journals indicate there can be identified numerous attempts in literature to define csr in a first step, the paper reviews.
This chapter provides a selection of literature relevant to the concept of corporate social responsibility (csr) it starts with a brief history of csr, it provides some definitions and it moves further to examine aspects like the layers of csr, the relation between csr and business ethics and the drivers of csr. Literature review customer awareness and corporate social responsibility as per the definition of sims (2003) corporate social responsibility is the continual commitments. According to douglas and emily (2011), business environment has changed significantly recently to survive in this dynamic business environment, businesses have been forced to adapt various strategies, among them being the integration of corporate social responsibility (csr) into their business models.
Through an analysis of literature on corporate social responsibility intended to advance that there is a relationship between csr and staff retention in organisations by translating the general. Corporate social responsibility (csr) governance literature review posted in sustainable boards strandberg consulting conducted a literature review of the professional and academic literature on csr governance, reviewing 36 publications dated from 2000 - 2006. Corporate social responsibility (csr) is basically a concept whereby companies decide voluntarily to contribute to a better society and a cleaner environment over the last years an increasing number of companies worldwide started promoting.