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Radical Thoughts on Ethical Leadership by Radical Thoughts on Ethical Leadership, provides contributions from established scholars with fresh perspectives on ethical leadership, with challenging viewpoints that have been given little coverage in the literature to date. Radical Thoughts on Ethical Leadership includes theoretical perspectives that are founded on unconventional approaches--radical, "outside the box" ideas that would be difficult to get through the conventional journal review process. The volume brings together noted researchers from a variety of disciplines and explore non-mainstream approaches to ethics and social responsibility theory, research, and practice in both business and public administration. Grounded in the established literature and providing insight for researchers, managers/administrators, or organizations at large, the volume establishes new paradigms for the field of ethical leadership.
Publication Date: 2017-12-01
The A to Z of Corporate Social Responsibility by This is the world?s first complete reference on CSR, compiledby the Institute for Corporate Cultural Affairs (the ICCA). Theentries have been written by leading experts, leading globalthinkers and CSR practitioners. In these pages lie the answers to questions such as: What do we mean by CSR? In what way are organizations viewed as citizens of thecountries in which they operate? How does a company know when it is operating in a sustainableway What is ethical investment? The reference also lists and describes the most importantorganizations and landmarks in the field of CSR. The book comprises 339 terms, which are split into coreconcepts, key words and definitions to form the standard referencefor managers, academics, teachers, students, officials andvolunteers in the field of CSR. This is a timely and innovative contribution to the field ofCorporate Social Responsibility ? the definitive terminologyreference on CSR, business society relations and the organizationsand standards in the field.
Publication Date: 2008-01-08
Corporate Social Responsibility, Governance and Corporate Reputation by This unique volume expounds on the nature of white-collar crime and examines its relationship with corporate social responsibility, governance and corporate reputation. Based on empirical study and extensive literature review, this book presents different approaches for repairing damaged corporate reputations and also explains how internal governance and investigations can be conducted. Stages in corporate social responsibility are discussed and knowledge management is underscored as an imperative tool to combat white-collar crime and build corporate reputation.
Publication Date: 2011-03-11
Trading for Good by Trade is the lifeblood of the global economy, but few would consider it a social good. Instead, our views on trade have polarized between two extremes: 'free trade' ideologues who regard trade as an end in itself, and 'protectionists' who view it as a destructive force to be contained. But there is another way to trade - one with the interests of people, not profit, at its heart. In this visionary work Christian Felber, founder of the Economy for the Common Good movement, offers a dazzling new paradigm for the global trading order. Confronting the 'free trade religion' which has reigned since Adam Smith, Felber champions an alternative approach in which trade serves the wider interests of society, incorporating the key issues of our time: human rights, climate change, and the growing divide richer and poorer countries. He proposes the groundbreaking idea of an 'Ethical Trade Zone', founded on a principled approach to tariffs and trade policies, and built with international cooperation on trade, taxation and labour. Penetrating and passionate, Christian Felber shows how this brave new economic world can be built democratically from the grassroots up, and how trading for good can be made a reality.
Publication Date: 2019-11-15
Wall Street Values by This timely book answers complex and perplexing questions raised by Wall Street's role in the financial crisis. What are the economic and moral connections between Wall Street and the overall economy? How did we arrive at this point in history where our most powerful financial institutions thwart rather than promote free markets, prosperity and even social cohesion? Can the fractured relationship between Wall Street and Main Street be repaired? Wall Street Values chronicles the transformation of Wall Street's business model from serving clients to proprietary trading and explains how this shift undermined the ethical foundations of the modern financial industry. Michael A. Santoro and Ronald J. Strauss argue that post-millennial Wall Street is not only 'too big to fail' but also a threat to the economy even when it succeeds.
Publication Date: 2012