Landmarks in the History of Corporate Citizenship : A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 33) book cover
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Landmarks in the History of Corporate Citizenship
A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 33)

Edited By

Malcolm McIntosh

ISBN 9781783530137
Published April 8, 2009 by Routledge
110 Pages

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Book Description

This is not a definitive history of corporate citizenship but for anyone interested in the who, what, why and how of this subject there are some very significant papers which may become definitive for scholars and reflective practitioners. Just as many people cannot imagine a world without mobile telephony and the Internet, and seem not to care or wonder how we got here, so too it is forgotten that much that is now taken for granted in terms of corporate reporting and accountability has been, and still is, the result of a hard struggle.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents A Journal That Makes a DifferenceDavid Cooperrider and Ronald Fry, The Fowler Center for Sustainable Value, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, USAEditorialMalcolm McIntosh, Applied Research Centre in Human Security (ARCHS), Coventry University, UK World ReviewJem Bendell Adjunct Associate Professor, Griffith Business School, Australia, Chew Ng, Professor of Accounting, Griffith Business School, Australia. Niaz Alam, Board Member, London Pensions Fund Authority/Senior Associate, Lifeworth. Turning Point. From Corporate Responsibility to Corporate Design: Rethinking the Purpose of the CorporationMarjorie Kelly and Allen L. White, Tellus Institute, USA Turning Point. The Amnesty International UK Business Group: Putting Human Rights on the Corporate AgendaSir Geoffrey Chandler Making a Difference? Corporate Responsibility as a Social MovementSandra Waddock, Boston College, Carroll School of Management, USA Mainstream or Daydream? The Future for Responsible InvestingSteve Lydenberg, Domini Social Investments, USA, and Graham Sinclair, Sinclair & Company, USA What the Papers Say: Trends in Sustainability. A Comparative Analysis of 115 Leading National Newspapers WorldwideRalf Barkemeyer, Frank Figge and Diane Holt, Queen’s University Management School, UK, and Tobias Hahn, Euromed Marseille School of Management, France Moving the Capital Markets: The EU Emissions Trading SchemeRory Sullivan, Insight Investment, UK, and Stephanie Pfeifer, Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, UK Taking Prahalad High-Tech: The Emergence and Evolution of Global Corporate Citizenship in the IT IndustryAnke Schwittay, University of California at Berkeley, USABook Review

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