• Dissertation
    Submitted to Dr. Ursula Christine Loisch Antonia Ria Markoulakis 1013003 Vienna, 8th June 2012 AFFIDAVIT I hereby affirm that this Master‟s Thesis represents my own written work and that I have used no sources and aids other than those indicated. All passages quoted from publications or paraphrased...
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  • Stakeholder Expectation of__Corporate Social Responsibility Practices A Study on Local and__Multinational Corporations in Kazakhstan
    RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) PRACTICES HAVE BECOME AN INTEGRAL PART OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS, AND are considered sine qua non for competitive advantage and long-term sustainability (Porter and Kramer, 2006; Halme and Laurila, 2009; Brik et al., 2010; Carroll and Shabana, 2010; Blomgren, 2011; Rodriguez-Melo...
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  • Chinese Consumers’ Perceptionof Corporate Social Responsibility (Csr)
    CSR. We also show that Carroll’s pyramid of responsibilities can be applied in China. We evaluated the importance placed by Chinese consumers on the four responsibilities of firms – economic, legal, ethical and philanthropic – and find that economic responsibilities are most important while philanthropic...
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  • Hybrid Animals
    that, the more humanlike the animal, the better research model it makes for testing drugs or possibly growing "spare parts," such as livers, to transplant into humans. There are currently no U.S. Federal laws that address those issues (Carroll, 2010). Is there an upside to hybrid animals? But...
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  • Coroporate Social Responsibility
    right or wrong by reference to moral principles. CSR is about the organisation’s obligations to all stakeholders and not just shareholders. There are four dimensions of corporate responsibility Economic - responsibility to earn profit for owners Legal - responsibility to comply with the law (society’s...
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  • Literature Review of Celebrity Endorsement
    increased four times as fast as their competitor (DeNitto, 1994). Although celebrity endorsing is very expensive for the companies, in the long run it has often helped their sales because they are recognized by the public and viewed as more powerful than an anonymous face of a model (Carroll, 2008). ...
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  • Corporate Social Responsible Definition
    of our society’ (Bowen in Maignan & Ferrell 2004, p. 4). Carroll has described Bowen as the modern ‘Father of Corporate Social Responsibility’ and believes that his work marks the beginning of the modern period of literature on CSR. (Carroll 1999, p. 270) Bowen took a broad approach to business responsibilities...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility at Dhl
    have a much broader range of obligations (Carrolls, 1979 & Andrews 1973). Despite these conflicting arguments for CSR, Carroll’s (1979) definition has been used as he is seen to bridge the gap between these two schools of thought (Schwartz & Carroll, 2003). CSR practices in today’s business...
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  • ETHICS AND CRS
    ............ 6 4.1 Definition of Corporate Social Responsibility ............................................................ 6 4.2 Four- Part Model of (CSR).......................................................................................... 7 4.2.1 Philanthropic Responsibility...
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  • Csr and Stakeholders
    in the last decade has been commonly referred to as Corporate Social Responsibility – CSR (Crane, A., Matten, D., Spence, L. 2008). As Carroll (1979, cited in Carroll, 1991) states that, CSR included the idea that the corporation has not only economic and legal obligations, but ethical and discretionary...
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  • ready analysis
    CSR initiatives in the context of developing countries? To address this question, the paper reviews two different CSR conceptualizations; one by Carroll (1979) and the other by Lantos (2001), arguing that Lantos’ dichotomous categorization of CSR into altruistic and strategic may be useful in a developing...
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  • Volvo
    middle-aged, had 2.5 kids and hada golden retriever dog, barking in the boot. This image of functionality over styling prevailed. A newer suite of car models attempted to move Volvo away from these traditional boxy lines. Volvo developed a range of cars that seemed to turnaround the fortunes of the company...
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  • Philip Morris Essay
    stakeholders of Philip Morris USA Inc. Furthermore, the Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility by Archie B. Carroll will be used a method for this project. Carroll’s Pyramid is split into four responsibilities which all have to be fulfilled simultaneously for a business to be successful in the field...
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  • Corrective Feedback in Second Language Acquisition
    the learners about the target language (TL): positive evidence and negative evidence. Long defines positive evidence as providing the learners with models of what is grammatical and acceptable in the TL; and negative evidence as providing the learners with direct or indirect information about what is...
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  • The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility: a Review of Concepts, Research and Practice
    2009.00275.x The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility: A Review of Concepts, Research and Practice ijmr_275 85..106 Archie B. Carroll and Kareem M. Shabana1 Director, Nonprofit Management & Community Service Program & Robert W. Scherer Professor Emeritus, Department of Management...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    and it has been developed into something that is part of every major corporation’s business strategy. The past half-century has provided nearly 40 identifiably distinct, academic definitions for CSR; and this number may be an underestimation (Carroll & Shabana, 2010). Coming up with a single definition...
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  • Briefly outline what Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is and how the initiatives on reporting CSR have developed over the past few decades. Explain what the Global Reporting Initiative is.
    Reporting Initiative is. Social responsibility has been a term used in business since the 1700’s with to focus then being child labour and increasing working conditions. It was only during the 1970’s when social responsibility gathered pace and a definition was given “The social responsibility of...
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  • Paper
    Wagar Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University, Barrington St, Halifax, N.S., B3H 3C3, Canada Email: terry.wagar@smu.ca Wendy R. Carroll* School of Business, University of Prince Edward Island, 550 University Av., Charlottetown, PE, C1A 4P3, Canada Email: wcarroll@upei.ca *Corresponding...
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  • vacilation between childhood and adolescence in alice in wonderland
    Fax 054-700 14 60 0 Information@kau.se www.kau.se VT - 11 Åke Bergvall Anna Linzie In the novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, the protagonist Alice is a seven year-old girl. She falls down a rabbit-hole chasing a White Rabbit with a waistcoat and ends up in Wonderland,...
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  • jrjnfn fj
    these constraints within their daily lives. There are many reasons to why these constraints exist, which can be categorised using the hierarchical model discussed by Jackson et al. (1988); intrapersonal, interpersonal and lastly structural constraints. Men experience a variety of constraints underpinned...
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