Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance
Stakeholders, Management and Organizational Performance in the European Union
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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been developed into a crucial corporate and organizational issue around the world. It has been incorporated within various sectors, countries and includes many types of activities and dimensions. It is common ground that organizations are more inclined today to broader their performance focus form short-term oriented goals towards a long-term social, environmental and value-added perspectives.
Under the framework of corporate governance, organizations and companies are motivated to promote fairness, transparency, ethics and accountability in their transactions, while concurrently maintaining enhanced standards of governance. This means that organizations and corporations must align their activities with community aspirations which is an issue falling within the sphere of CSR. Increased attention has been exerted on the organizations regarding their approach towards the needs of various stakeholders. However, a crucial issue that this book attempts to address is the association, intersection and the inter-relationship between governance and CSR within the EU region, not adequately established in the existing literature. The book will show that governance and CSR are highly connected. With the purpose to study the association of CSR with legal, managerial and empirical aspects of governance in corporations and not-for-profit organizations, through various sectors of the economy, the book also intends to provide useful policy implications as well as to offer constructive directions for future research.
It will be of value to researchers, academics, practitioners, policymakers, and students in the fields of corporate social responsibility and governance, organizational theory, marketing management, business ethics and human resource management.
Table of Contents
1. A Conceptual Orientation of Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance
Panagiotis Dimitropoulos and Efthalia Chatzigianni
PART I - Theoretical and Legal Framework of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Governance
2. CSR: Stakeholder theory and conceptual framework
3. Definitions and Theoretical Frameworks of Governance
Efthalia Chatzigianni and Cheryl Mallen
4. Governance and CSR regulations and policies in the EU
Efthalia Chatzigianni and Panagiotis Dimitropoulos
PART II - Corporate Governance and CSR in the EU: An Empirical Examination
5. The role of the board of directors in corporate philanthropy: an empirical study of UK insurance firms
6. CSR, Corporate Sustainability and Executive Compensation in the EU: the role of CSR committees
7. Corporate governance and company leadership during a time of crisis: Duties, responsibilities and liabilities of directors in the UK
8. Corporate governance and business ethics
9. CSR and Corporate Financial Performance in the EU
PART III - Managerial aspects of CSR and Governance in the EU
10. Corporate Social Responsibility, governance and gender diversity
Oana – Antonia Colibășanu
11. CSR, Media, and Communication
12. Corporate Social Responsibility Governance and Sport Marketing: An International Review
John Douvis and Vaios Kyriakis
13. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Volunteering
Christina Tsagdi and Ethan Strigas
14. Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability: The Development of Corporate Environmental Sustainability Framework
Panagiotis Dimitropoulos is a member of the Department of Sport Organization & Management at the University of Peloponnese, Greece.
Efthalia Chatzigianni is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sport Organization & Management at the University of Peloponnese, Greece.