The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility: Psychological and Organizational Perspectives

ISBN : 9780198802280

Abagail McWilliams; Deborah E. Rupp; Donald S. Siegel; Gunter Stahl; David A. Waldman, Ph.D.
736 ページ
171 x 246 mm
Oxford Handbooks
  • An authoritative review of up-to-date CSR research from across the social sciences
  • Interdisciplinary in appeal, including contributions from management research, economics, and psychology
  • International in perspective, it provides a comprehensive overview from leading scholars

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) continues to grow as an area of interest in academia and business. Encompassing broad topics such as the relationship between business, society, and government, environmental issues, globalization, and the social and ethical dimensions of management and corporate operation, CSR has become an increasingly interdisciplinary subject relevant to areas of economics, sociology, and psychology, among others.
New directions in CSR research include advanced 'micro' based investigations in organizational behaviour and human resource management, additional studies of environmental social responsibility and sustainability, further research on 'strategic' CSR, connections between social responsibility and entrepreneurship, and improvements in methods and data analysis as the field matures. Through authoritative contributions from international scholars across the social sciences, this Handbook provides a cohesive overview of this recent expansion. It introduces new perspectives, new methodologies, and new evidence from a range of disciplines to encourage and facilitate interdisciplinary research and global implementation of corporate social responsibility.


I: Introduction
1: New Developments in the Study of Corporate Social Responsibility, Abagail McWilliams, Deborah E. Rupp, Gunter K. Stahl, Donald S. Siegel, and David A. Waldman

II: Micro/HR issues
2: The Psychology of Corporate Social Responsibility, David A. Jones
3: Good Intentions Are Not Enough: Applying Best-Practices from Humanitarian Aid to Evaluate the Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Beneficiaries, Alexander Glösenberg, Lori Foster, and Stuart Carr
4: Corporate Social Responsibility and Meaningful Work, Akwasi Opoku-Dakwa and Deborah E. Rupp
5: Diversity and Corporate Social Responsibility: Exploring the Potential Connections between Top Management Team/Board Diversity, CSR, and Workforce Diversity, Frances J. Milliken
6: Responsible Business and Individual Differences: Employee Externally-Directed Citizenship and Green Behaviors, Brenton M. Wiernik, Deniz S. Ones, Stephan Dilchert, and Rachael M. Klein
7: Corporate Volunteering: Who Really Wins?, Karen Blakeley
8: Corporate Social Irresponsibility in Spite of Efforts to Act Responsibly: The Nature, Measurement, and Contextual Antecedents of CSR and CSiR by Organizations, Maria Rotundo
9: When CSR Backfires: Understanding Stakeholders' Negative Responses to Corporate Social Responsibility, Chelsea R. Willness

III: Environment, Sustainability
10: Environmental Responsibility: Theoretical Perspective, Lammertjan Dam, Tommy Lundgren, and Bert Scholtens
11: Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Law: Concepts, Intersections, and Limitations, Benedict Sheehy
12: Environmental Management and Strategy, Alfie Marcus
13: On the Links between Corporate Environmental and Financial Performance: Camera or Mirror?, Timo Busch and Marc Orlitzky

IV: Entrepreneurship/Social Entrepreneurship
14: New Roles for Business: Responsible Innovators for a Sustainable Future, Christian Voegtlin and Andreas Georg Scherer
15: Social Entrepreneurship: Prospects for the Study of Market Based Activity and Social Change, Johanna Mair and Niko Rathert
16: Corporate Responsibility and the Base of the Pyramid Proposition, Denis G. Arnold and Sabrina L. Speights
17: Bringing Together the Big and the Small: Multinational Corporation Approaches to Corporate Social Responsibility and Entrepreneurship in Africa, Benét DeBerry-Spence, Lez Trujillo Torres and Robert Ebo Hinson
18: Entrepreneurship by and for Disadvantaged Populations: Global Evidence, Maija Renko and Michael J. Freeman

V: Strategy and Governance
19: Stakeholder Management: A Managerial Perspective, Jeffrey S. Harrison and Andrew C. Wicks
20: The Consequences of Mandatory Corporate Sustainability Reporting, Ioannis Ioannou and George Serafim
21: Profit-With-Purpose Corporations: An Innovation in Corporate Law to Meet Contemporary Corporate Social Responsibility Challenges, Kevin Levillain, Blanche Segrestin and Armand Hatchuel
22: Redefining the Strategy Field in the Age of Sustainability, Ioannis Ioannou and Olga Hawn

VI: Business Ethics and Responsibility
23: A Researcher's Guide to Business and Society Archival Datasets, Ali Shahzad, Nicholas Bartkoski, Brandi K. McManus, and Mark P. Sharfman
24: Mightier Than the Sword: How Activists Use Rhetoric to Facilitate Perception Change in Industries, Theodore L. Waldron, Chad Navis, and Gideon Markman
25: Institutions and Corporate Social Responsibility, Michael A. Witt and Christof Miska
26: Social Movements and Corporate Social Responsibility: From Contention to Engagement, Alwyn Lim
27: Corporate Social Responsibility in Emerging Markets, Jonathan Doh, Bryan W. Husted and Valentina Marano


Edited by Abagail McWilliams, Associate Dean and Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, Deborah E. Rupp, William C. Byham Chair of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Purdue University, Donald S. Siegel, Foundation Professor of Public Policy and Management and Director, School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University, Günter Stahl, Professor of International Management, Vienna University of Economics and Business, and David A. Waldman, Professor of Management, Arizona State University
Abagail McWilliams is Associate Dean and Professor in the College of Business, University of Illinois at Chicago. Her research on Corporate Social Responsibility has appeared in Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, and Journal of Management Studies.
Deborah E. Rupp is Professor and William C. Byham Chair in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Purdue University, USA. She specializes in the psychometric, technological, cross-cultural, legal, and ethical issues inherent in workplace behavioral assessment. She also consults and conducts research in the areas of organizational justice/ethics, corporate social responsibility, and humanitarian work psychology.
Donald S. Siegel is Professor of Public Policy and Management and Director of the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University. Publications include Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Technological Change (Oxford University Press) and articles on Corporate Social Responsibility in Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, and Leadership Quarterly. He is an editor of Journal of Management Studies and Journal of Technology Transfer, and an associate editor of the Journal of Productivity Analysis.
Günter K. Stahl is Professor of International Management at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna). Prior to joining WU Vienna, he served for eight years as a full-time faculty member at INSEAD. His research interests include leadership and leadership development, corporate social responsibility, migration and acculturation, and the dynamics of international teams, alliances, mergers, and acquisitions. His research has been published in leading academic and practitioner journals and recognized by many awards, including the Carolyn Dexter Award of the Academy of Management, and the SAGE/ Journal of Leadership Award for the most significant contribution to advance leadership and organizational studies.
David A. Waldman is a professor of management in the W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University. His research interests focus largely on leadership processes, especially at the upper levels of organizations and in a global context, and he has published in Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, the Journal of Applied Psychology, and Personnel Psychology, as well as write-ups in the Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, and the Financial Times.
Denis Arnold, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Nicholas Bartkoski, Southwestern College
Karen Blakeley, Winchester University 
Timo Busch, University of Hamburg 
Stuart Carr, Massey University 
Lammertjan Dam, Groningen University 
Benét DeBerry-Spence, University of Illinois at Chicago 
Stephan Dilchert, Baruch College, CUNY 
Jonathan Doh, Villanova University 
Lori Foster, North Carolina State University
Michael Freeman, Illinois Institute of Technology 
Alexander Glösenberg, Loyola Marymount University
Jeffrey Harrison, University of Richmond 
Armand Hatchuel, PSL Research University 
Olga Hawn, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Robert Ebo Hinson, University of Ghana 
Bryan Husted, Tecnológico de Monterrey
Ioannis Ioannou, London Business School 
David A. Jones, University of Vermont
Rachael M. Klein, Korn Ferry
Kevin Levillain, PSL Research University 
Alwyn Lim, Singapore Management University 
Tommy Lundgren, Umeå University, and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences 
Johanna Mair, Hertie School of Governance and Stanford University 
Valentina Marano, Northeastern University 
Alfie Marcus, University of Minnesota
Gideon Markman, Colorado State University 
Brandi McManus, University of Oklahoma 
Abagail McWilliams, University of Illinois at Chicago 
Frances J. Milliken, New York University
Christof Miska, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business 
Chad Navis, Clemson University
Deniz S. Ones, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 
Akwasi Opoku-Dakwa, Duquesne University
Marc Orlitzky, The University of South Australia 
Niko Rathert, Hertie School of Governance
Maija Renko, University of Illinois at Chicago 
Maria Rotundo, University of Toronto
Deborah E. Rupp, Purdue University
Bert Scholtens, Groningen University and University of Saint Andrews 
Blanche Segrestin, PSL Research University 
George Serafeim, Harvard Business School
Andreas Georg Scherer, University of Zurich
Ali Shahzad, James Madison University 
Mark Sharfman, University of Oklahoma
Benedict Sheehy, University of Canberra 
Donald Siegel, Arizona State University 
Sabrina Speights, Wheaton College 
Gunter Stahl, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Lez Trujillo Torres, University of Illinois at Chicago 
Christian Voegtlin, Audencia Business School 
David Waldman, Arizona State University 
Theodore Waldron, Texas Tech University 
Andrew Wicks, University of Virginia 
Brenton M. Wiernik, Ghent University and University of South Florida 
Chelsea R. Willness, University of Saskatchewan 
Michael Witt, INSEAD