Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practices
Toward Economic, Environmental, and Social Balance
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This volume, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practices: Toward Economic, Environmental, and Social Balance explores the management concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and in their interactions with their stakeholders. This practice also benefits the company and helps it to reach its strategic goals. This volume takes interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perspectives to exploring a multitude of themes in CSR, including corporate social responsibility in conjunction with employee quality of life, globalization, industry sustainability, environmental accountability, academic spin-off, education, empowerment of women, corporate reputation, expenditures for CSR purposes, and more.
The chapter authors consider the impacts and outcomes along with the emerging challenges of incorporating CSR in an organization’s business strategy. This volume is an important academic journey into some of the most relevant yet under-studied issues of today. It helps to provide an understanding of those issues in a broader perspective of analysis.
This volume will be a valuable resource for faculty and students in business as well as for industry professionals, researchers, and others.
Table of Contents
1. Corporate Social Responsibility, Labor Development, and Quality of Life of Workers
José G. Vargas-Hernández and L. G. E. A. José Luis Soriano Sandoval
2. A Study on the Relationship between CSR Spending and Firms’ Profitability of Select Indian FMCG Companies
3. Globalization and Corporate Social Responsibility
Subah Singh Yadav and Satyaveer Singh
4. The Extent of CSR and Sustainability in the Ghanaian Mining Sector
Kwasi Dartey-Baah, Kwesi Amponsah-Tawiah, and Yaw A. Debrah
5. Environmental Accounting: A New Dimension of Sustainable Development
Cma Sandip Basak and Sahita Mitra
6. Corporate Social Responsibility in Academic Spin-Offs
7. Role of Integrated Marketing Communication for Promoting Indian Women’s Health and Wellbeing: with Reference of CSR Perspective
Sharmila Kayal and Ruma Saha
8. Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on Education in India: An Analysis of Post Companies Act, 2013 Era
Abhijeet Bag and Chandrani Dutta
9. Role of Indian Post Offices on Women Empowerment: A Study on Social Responsibility Perspective
Sourav Kumar Das
10. Corporate Social Responsibility, Firm Reputation, and Reputational Risks: A Case of the Banking Sector in Ghana
George Kofi Amoako, Rebekah Baah-Ofori, Effie Ansah, and Narkie Kumisom
11. An Empirical Study on Perception Variation Regarding CSR Expenditures and Different Purposes for Spending Among Selected Companies
Shounak Das and Sumi Karmakar
12. Corporate Social Responsibility: Impact and Outcome Approach, Emerging Challenges
Nand L. Dhameja and Ferhat Mohsin
Nilanjan Ray, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Marketing Management at Adamas University in the School of Management, West Bengal, India. He has 10 years teaching experience at the university level and six years of research experience. He has guided over 50 postgraduate student projects. Dr. Ray has published over 60 research papers in national and international refereed, peer-reviewed journals and proceedings and has edited eight research handbooks published by Springer, IGI-Global USA, and Apple Academic Publisher/CRC Press. He is also a reviewer for the Tourism Management Journal of Service Marketing, Journal of Business and Economics, and Research Journal of Business and Management Accounting. He is an editorial board member of several journals as well. He has also chaired a technical session at the IJAS Conference 2012 at Harvard University, USA. Dr. Ray is a life member of the International Business Studies Academia and a fellow member of the Institute of Research Engineers and the Doctors Universal Association of Arts and Management Professionals (UAAMP), New York, USA. Dr. Ray obtained a certified Accredited Management Teacher Award from All India Management Association, New Delhi, India.
Abhijeet Bag is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Commerce, Cooch Behar Panchanan Barma University, West Bengal, India. He formerly worked at Adamas University and Serampore College as an Assistant Professor. Presently he is pursuing a PhD from the University of Calcutta, India. He awarded his MPhil and MCom (Accounting and Finance) from the University of Calcutta. He has also qualified UGC NET and WBCSC SET in the year 2017. Mr. Bag is a life member of the Indian Accounting Association Research Foundation and Commerce Alumni Association, Calcutta University, India.