Professor Dirk Matten explains corporate social responsibility, paying particular attention to how this idea has developed differently in European welfare states and in the United States. He discusses individual and collective social responsibility choices, highlights the Rana Plaza disaster, and predicts how business education and the business community will approach CSR in the future.
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: Dirk Matten Discusses Corporate Social Responsibility & Business Ethics
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Business & Management
- Subject: Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Ethics (general)
- Duration: 00:40:26
- Keywords: 20th century history, agency and empowerment, agendas, attitudes and beliefs, business and power, business case for corporate social responsibility, business ethics, business management, business models, capitalism, capitalist systems, challenges, issues, and controversies, childhood, coal industry, collaboration, collective action, context effects, corporate branding, corporate social responsibility, cost savings, crisis, customer care, customer expectations, demand, discourse, economic crises, economic impact of events, employee grievance, employee relations, employees, employer health costs, environment and society, environmentalism, Facebook, financial crises, first-mover advantages and disadvantages, functions of the state, globalization (business), governance and finance, government regulation, government role, health care, human resource management, human rights, individualism / collectivism, individualistic leadership, influence and position, influential texts and figures of veneration, interdisciplinarity, international business ethics, internet and communities, law enforcement, living wage, long-term objectives, mainstreaming, microcredit, motivation, negotiation agreements, new deal, ngos and grassroots organizing, normative standards, North America, oil production, organization (group structure), outsourcing, paradigms, traditions, and schools, perception (psychology), philanthropy, privacy issues, profit, property and property rights, public image, public opinion, reputation management, research, research questions, responsible leadership, roles and responsibilities, Self-regulation, Shareholder approach, Shareholders, Social entrepreneurship, Social impact, Social progress, Societal issues, Societies, Soft law, Stakeholder theory, Stakeholders, Sustainability, teaching, tobacco industry, trends, unemployment, unions, web service, welfare state
Rana Plaza factory collapse, 2013
Academic: Dirk MattenOnline ISBN:9781473959484Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016