Über den Autor
David Chandler (email@example.com) is Assistant Professor of Management and Co-Director of the Managing for Sustainability Program at the University of Colorado Denver Business School. His research focuses on the dynamic interface between the organization and its institutional environment, which he operationalizes within the context of corporate social responsibility, business ethics, and firm/stakeholder relations. His research has been published in Organization Science, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, and Strategic Organization. Additional related publications include the book Corporate Social Responsibility: A Strategic Perspective (Business Expert Press, 2014). He received his Ph.D. in Management from The University of Texas at Austin.
PART I. STRATEGIC CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
1. What is CSR?
2. Strategy + CSR: A Stakeholder Perspective
3. CSR: Whose Responsibility?
4. CSR as a Strategic Filter
5. Implementing CSR
PART II: CSR ISSUES AND CASE STUDIES
6. Organizational Issues and Case Studies
7. Economic Issues and Case Studies
8. Societal Issues and Case Studies
Blending theory with practical application, Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility, Third Edition supports courses at the intersection of corporate social responsibility (CSR), corporate strategy, and public policy. Authors David Chandler and William B. Werther, Jr., provide an overview of the field by defining CSR, placing it in the context of wider corporate strategy, and covering its core concepts and practical challenges. They then illustrate the extensive and dynamic nature of CSR through 21 detailed issues and engaging case studies. These case studies capture contentious debates across the spectrum of CSR topics and culminate with a series of questions designed to stimulate further investigation and debate.