Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance: The Contribution of Economic Theory and…

Hardcover | January 15, 2011

EditorLorenzo Sacconi, Margaret Blair, Edward Freeman

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Corporate social responsibility is seen in this book as multi-stakeholder approach to corporate governance. This volume outlines neo-institutional and stakeholder theories of the firm, new rational choice and social contract normative models, self regulatory and soft law models, and the advances from behavioral economics.

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Corporate social responsibility is seen in this book as multi-stakeholder approach to corporate governance. This volume outlines neo-institutional and stakeholder theories of the firm, new rational choice and social contract normative models, self regulatory and soft law models, and the advances from behavioral economics.

Format:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 9.5 × 6.34 × 1.29 inPublished:January 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230236545

ISBN - 13:9780230236547

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Table of Contents

Introduction
PART I: PERSPECTIVE ON THE NATURE OF THE FIRM AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: TRANSACTION COSTS, TEAM PRODUCTION AND STAKEHOLDER THEORY
Corporate Governance: a contractual and organisational perspective
Human-Asset Essentiality and Corporate Social Capital in a Stakeholders-Society Perspective
Stakeholder Theory as a Basis for Capitalism
Behavioral economics, federalism and the triumph of Stakeholder theory
Specific Investment and Corporate Law
PART II: THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONTRACT AND NORMATIVE RATIONAL CHOICE MODELS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, AND CSR
A Rawlsian view on CSR as multistakeholder model of corporate governance, and the game theory of its implementation
When reputation is not enough: justifying Corporate Social responsibility
Corporate social responsibility in a market economy: the perspective of Constitutional Economics
Rational Association and Corporate Responsibility
PART III: CSR, REGULATION AND SELF-REGULATION
CSR and Sustainable development
The role of standardization, certification and assurance service in Global Commerce 
 PART IV: MODELS OF NON-PURELY SELF-INTERESTED ECONOMIC AGENTS AND THE INTRINISIC MOTIVATION FOR THE SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE GOVERNANCE THE ORGANISATIONS
Voluntary Co-determination produces sustainable Competitive Advantage
Corporate trust Games in modern knowledge economies
Effects of Different Stakeholder Groups Strategic control on Organisational Effectiveness and Well-being of Customers and Employees: An Empirical Investigation
Corporate Honesty and Business Education: a behavioural Model
Trusting, Trustworthiness and CSR: Some Experiments and Implications