Research in corporate social performance and policy, Volume 15 / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Emerald Publishing Ltd
This volume examines research in corporate social performance and policy. Topics covered in this volume include: political strategies and industry environments; evaluating corporate claims of social responsibility and self-deception; and, interviews with the founders of the Sim Oral History Project.
|Publisher:||Emerald Publishing Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.63(d)|
Table of Contents
Part 1 Conceptual and empirical papers: political strategies and industry environments, B. Shaffer and M. Russo; environmental regulation and competitive advantage - new insights into entry effects and industry structural characteristics, R.L. Brown et al; the impact of environmental regulation on the adoption of innovation - how electric utilities responded to the Clean Air Amendments of 1990, C.M. Sanchez; evaluating corporate claims of social responsibility and self-deception - a micro-level conception, R.A. Litz; the three faces of honesty - a confirmatory factor analysis, D.R. Elm and J.D. Teplinski. Part 2 The Sim Oral History Project - interviews with three founders: capturing the creation of a field - documenting the history of social issues in management, R.E. Wokutch and M.J. Malot; an oral history interview with William C. Frederick, R.E. Wokutch; an oral history interview with Lee E. Preston, R.E. Wokutch; an oral history interview with Keith Davis, M.J. Malott. Part 3 Corporate political activity bibliography.