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Grounding managerial values towards social responsibility on an ideological framework
(Social Responsibility Journal, 2018)
Purpose: The literature on corporate social responsibility (CSR) neglects the link between values and their ideological underpinnings. This paper aims to fill this void by grounding the managerial values towards CSR on an ...
Embedding social innovation process into the institutional context: Voids or supports
(Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2017)
Social innovation (SI) is a complex construct that is lacking a unifying paradigm in social sciences. However, together with the recent attention towards social change, it requires a theoretical perspective that analyzes ...
Social network analysis in CSR research
(Handbook of Research Methods in Corporate Social Responsibility, 2017)
As a viable multidisciplinary method, social network analysis (SNA) has been frequently used to reveal the nature and structure of relationships among different actors in a network or to analyse the network itself for a ...
Strengthening women stakeholders with social responsibility: Does it really work?
(Women and Sustainability in Business: A Global Perspective, 2016)
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Integrated sustainability and social responsibility communication
(Sustainability and Management: An International Perspective, 2016)
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Local or global: Analyzing the internationalization of social responsibility of corporate foundations
(International Marketing Review, 2015)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the link between the globalization/adaptation debate and corporate foundation activity within a small subset of such foundations. In the light of this debate, the study ...
An Analysis of Interdepartmental Relations in Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation: A Social Capital Perspective
(International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, 2015)
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) has become one of the most popular information systems among companies that want to continue and expand their operations in the long run. The purpose of this study was to analyze the ...
Analyzing relational sources of power at the interorganizational communication system
(European Management Journal, 2014)
Based on the critical theory of communication, managing stakeholder relations is significant to achieve more democratic decisions that reconcile diverse interests of various stakeholders. However, power inequalities among ...
Ethics of social responsibility to indirect stakeholders: A strategic perspective
(International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, 2013)
The responsibilities of organisations to their stakeholders have gained a strategic importance over the last decades. Following the literature on stakeholder management, a firm's stakeholders can be grouped into three ...
Liability of foreignness and anti-corruption reporting in an emerging market: The case of Turkish listed companies
(ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2019)
This study examines the association between different types of dependency on resources and/or pressures from the international community and the reporting practices on the fight against corruption of companies in an emerging ...