results for "Wartick And Cochran 1985"

  • Business Ethic is an Oxymoron?

    themselves to their community (Wartick & Cochran, 1985). A more effective managerial role must be operating in an...

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  • A STAKEHOLDER FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYZING AND EVALUATING CORPORATE SOCIAL PERFORMANCE

    of the methodologies for data collection, analysis, and evaluation: (a) 1983-1985: 30 field studies; (b) 1986-1988: 28 studies; and (c)...

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  • Csr, Evolution of Defitional Construct

    excellent example of the growing interest in operationalizing CSR and seeing if it had any relation to financial performance was the research of Philip...

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  • Positioning Stakeholder Theory Within the Debate on Corporate Social Responsibility

    view (Carroll, 1979; Wartick and Cochran, 1985; Wood, 1991). For example, Carroll (1979, p. 502) holds that social...

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  • icycong

    of firms. Corporate social performance thus is adopted to direct the business how to be responsible for society and reduce social risks....

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  • Csr Theories

    of business in society have been understood. Other classifications have been suggested based on matters related to CSR, such as Issues Management...

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  • The Importance of Stakeholders According to Business Leaders.

    range of organizational stakeholder orientations which differentiate self-interested behavior from other-interested behavior (see Figure 1)....

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  • social responsibility

    Decision framework Long term Medium and short term Source: Adapted from S.L. Wartick and P.L. Cochran, “The Evolution of...

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  • Miss

    because responsibility suggested motivation and that is not measurable (Wood, 2010, p.52). The model of CSP continued to be discussed and in...

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  • Csr; Study on Starbucks

    expresses the four levels of responsibility, which consisted economic, legal, ethical and philanthropic. Carroll’s model was improved by...

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  • CSR Practices In India 16 Jan 2012

    Responsibility." (Gupta, 2007) The term corporate social performance was first coined by Sethi (1975), expanded by Carroll (1979), and then refined by...

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility

    they operate and which franchises them to operate. In a sense, a social contract exists and confirms corporations to society’s objectives...

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  • corporate responsibility

    responsibilities and philanthropic responsibilities. Carroll‟s model has been adopted by several researchers and business executives like...

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  • Csr in Journal

    However, CSR1's broad emphasis on obligations (Mitnick, 1995) and notions of a social contract between business and society (Gray et al., 1988;...

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    strategy is formulated (e.g. Weaver et al., 1999) and derive from the relationship between financial and social performance (as with the studies by...

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  • Corporate Responsibility

    conditions, (b) attending to stakeholder demands, and (c) designing plans and policies aimed at enhancing the firm's positive impacts. Similarly,...

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  • Corporate Social Responsibilities Practises in the Banking Sector in Bangladesh

    costs, increasing competitive advantage, improved community image, enhanced reputation, and increased profitability and stock performance....

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  • Acc 260

    can mix profitably. The first is a study by Max Clarkson (1988) which ranked the social performance of sixty-plus companies on a modified...

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  • Carter Et Al 2004 Journal Of Business Logistics

    this research has been conceptual and normative in nature, and has discussed underlying values and debated managerial responsibilities (e.g.,...

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  • Research Paper

    Malpractices by Organizations,PAU Policy” Note: PN0801, Policy Analysis Unit, Bangladesh Bank,pp.1-5. The Independent (2008).24 August 3....

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