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The pyramid of corporate social responsibility: Toward the moral management of organizational stakeholders

The pyramid of corporate social responsibility: Toward the moral management of organizational stakeholders,10.1016/0007-6813(91)90005-G,Business Horiz

The pyramid of corporate social responsibility: Toward the moral management of organizational stakeholders   (Citations: 439)
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Journal: Business Horizons , vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 39-48, 1991
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    • ...CSR is often categorised or discussed according to a company's responsibilities, as in Carroll's (1991)...

    Line Schmeltz. Consumer-oriented CSR communication: focusing on ability or morality?

    • ...From this perspective, companies focus on major areas of responsibility, including economic, legal, ethical, and philanthropic (Carroll, 1991), to influence socially responsible consumers purchasing decisions...

    Scarlett C. Wesleyet al. The Role of Perceived Consumer Effectiveness and Motivational Attitude...

    • ...It was during the 1950s when CSR was first conceptualized as one of the critical organizational activities to build, restore, or maintain positive organizational images (Carroll, 1991)...

    Seungho Choet al. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a halo effect in issue manage...

    • ...Academics and practitioners have been trying to set up a common comprehensive definition of CSR concept for more than 30 years however until now there is no one agreed-upon definition (Carroll, 1991...

    Vida Skudieneet al. The contribution of corporate social responsibility to internal employ...

    • ...In the stakeholder theory literature the origin of stakeholder claims has been associated with legal rights due to the existence of explicit or implicit contracts (Carroll 1991; Clarkson 1994), the right to be treated fairly and have voice (Carroll 1991; Evan and Freeman 1988), the existence of exchange relationships (Hill and Jones 1992), and the situation of being placed at risk by the focal company (Clarkson 1994)...
    • ...In the stakeholder theory literature the origin of stakeholder claims has been associated with legal rights due to the existence of explicit or implicit contracts (Carroll 1991; Clarkson 1994), the right to be treated fairly and have voice (Carroll 1991; Evan and Freeman 1988), the existence of exchange relationships (Hill and Jones 1992), and the situation of being placed at risk by the focal company (Clarkson 1994)...

    Adele Santana. Three Elements of Stakeholder Legitimacy

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