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International business-society management : linking corporate responsibility and globalization / Rob Van Tulder and Alex Van Der Zwart.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Routledge, 2006.Description: xxiv, 440 p. : ill. ; 24 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 0415342406
  • 0415342414 (hard cover)
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 658.408 21 T.R. I 2006
Online resources:
Contents:
Rivalry in a changing society -- Rival institutions: society as triangular relationship -- Rival models: interactions within and between societies -- Rival trends: advancing business, towards globalisation? -- Rival trends: an advancing and increasingly emancipated civil society? -- Rival trends: a receding state? -- Managing rivalry: the international bargaining society -- Managing rivalry: the challenge of societal interface management -- International corporate responsibility -- The logic: the multifaceted notion of corporate responsibility -- The occasion: issues and issues management -- The stakes: firms part of the problem or part of the solution? -- The mechanism: reputation and correction -- The context: rival CSR and ICR regimes -- The process: ICR as managing distance -- The international bargaining society in action -- Do it just - the Nike case -- The ocean as rubbish dump? - The Shell Brent-Spar case -- Provocative bras from Burma - the Triumph-international case -- Do more, feel better, live longer... if you can afford it - the Glaxo case -- Changing climate for a sleeping tiger? - the Exxonmobil case -- Lessons in reputation -- The way ahead - towards a strategic stakeholder dialogue.
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"Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada."

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Rivalry in a changing society -- Rival institutions: society as triangular relationship -- Rival models: interactions within and between societies -- Rival trends: advancing business, towards globalisation? -- Rival trends: an advancing and increasingly emancipated civil society? -- Rival trends: a receding state? -- Managing rivalry: the international bargaining society -- Managing rivalry: the challenge of societal interface management -- International corporate responsibility -- The logic: the multifaceted notion of corporate responsibility -- The occasion: issues and issues management -- The stakes: firms part of the problem or part of the solution? -- The mechanism: reputation and correction -- The context: rival CSR and ICR regimes -- The process: ICR as managing distance -- The international bargaining society in action -- Do it just - the Nike case -- The ocean as rubbish dump? - The Shell Brent-Spar case -- Provocative bras from Burma - the Triumph-international case -- Do more, feel better, live longer... if you can afford it - the Glaxo case -- Changing climate for a sleeping tiger? - the Exxonmobil case -- Lessons in reputation -- The way ahead - towards a strategic stakeholder dialogue.

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