Csr In Practice: Delving Deep

Hardcover | January 15, 2007

EditorAndrew Kakabadse

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Delving deep into the application of corporate social responsibility surfaces an uncomfortable reality. Honest intent without managerial skill results in CSR paucity. Further study of insider trading, private healthcare and investment banking provision reflects an absence of ethical leadership. Knowledge of CSR, the need for ethical leadership as well as the skills of effective follow-through are the key ingredients for effective CSR pursuit. CSR is here for the long haul. Its neglect, particularly in the boardroom, undermines corporate reputation.

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Delving deep into the application of corporate social responsibility surfaces an uncomfortable reality. Honest intent without managerial skill results in CSR paucity. Further study of insider trading, private healthcare and investment banking provision reflects an absence of ethical leadership. Knowledge of CSR, the need for ethical le...

ANDREW KAKABADSE and NADA KAKABADSE are Professors in Management and Business Research at Northampton Business School.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.56 inPublished:January 15, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230013686

ISBN - 13:9780230013681

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Table of Contents

Introduction * Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Contrast of Meanings and Intents--A. P.Kakabadse; N.K.Kakabadse & C.Rozuel * CSR Penetrating the Supply Chain: Desire Lacking Reality--A.P.Kakabadse--N.K.Kakabadse & C.Rozuel * Investment Brokers Orientation toward CSR--A.P.Kakabadse--N.K.Kakabadse & R.Knyght * Ethical Considerations in Decision-Making: Case Study of the UK's Acute Private Healthcare Industry--A.P.Kakabadse--N.K.Kakabadse--C. Rozuel & K. Elliott * Insider Trading - So What's Wrong With It? Examination of the Vienna, London and New York Stock Exchanges--A.P.Kakabadse--N.K.Kakabadse & A.Kaspurz * CSR in the Boardroom: Myth or Mindfulness--A.P.Kakabadse--N.Kakabadse