Social Responsibility, Entrepreneurship and the Common Good: International and Interdisciplinary…

Hardcover | January 15, 2012

EditorFrançois Lépineux, Carole Bonanni, Julia Roloff

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An exploration of the interplay between social responsibility, entrepreneurship and the common good which is organized into four sections: business and the common good; educating responsible entrepreneurs; corporate social responsibility (CSR) challenges and the common good; and CSR and entrepreneurship in emerging economies

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An exploration of the interplay between social responsibility, entrepreneurship and the common good which is organized into four sections: business and the common good; educating responsible entrepreneurs; corporate social responsibility (CSR) challenges and the common good; and CSR and entrepreneurship in emerging economies

CAROLE BONANNI isAssociate Professor at ESC Rennes School of Business, France, where she manages the Strategy and Marketing Department. She recently co-authored the first French handbook on CSR: La RSE - Responsabilité sociale des entreprises - Théories et pratiques. She was previously a faculty member at Simon Fraser University, Cana...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 9.69 × 5.66 × 1.03 inPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230292836

ISBN - 13:9780230292833

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Table of Contents

General Introduction; C.Bonanni, F.Lépineux,&J.Roloff
PART I: BUSINESS AND THE COMMON GOOD
Business and the Tragedy of the Commons; L.Bouckaert
Sustainable Contracts - A Legal Innovation Aimed at Serving the Common Good? Y.Queinnec
'Social Entrepreneurship': ProspActive Responsibility for a Better Society; C.Lautermann
PART II: EDUCATING RESPONSIBLE ENTREPRENEURS
Introspection as Moral Courage: Entrepreneurs, Leaders and Social Responsibility; M.DeWilde
The Development of Globally Responsible Entrepreneurial Mindsets; G.Maas&B.Maas
Supporting Rural Entrepreneurs in South Africa: In Search of a Conceptual Framework; G.Maas&D.W.Schoeman
PART III: CSR CHALLENGES AND THE COMMON GOOD
Measuring the Environmental Impact of a Product; E.Marsillac
Promoting the Social Responsibility of Fish Farmers: A Global Governance Perspective; N.Hishamunda&N.Ridler
How International Entrepreneurs Can Thrive on Social Responsibility; F.J.Graaf&A.Mehrtens
SRI as Driver for CSR? Ethical Funds, Institutional Investors and the Common Good; M.Aßländer&M.Schenkel
PART IV: CSR IN EMERGING ECONOMIES
Social Economy and CSR in Poland; A.Sienicka&J.Tyrowicz
Corporate Citizenship and Roma in Hungary: Where Are the Limits of CSR? B.Molnár
Corporate Social Responsibility: From Top to Bottom. The Case of Lithuania; N.Klebanskaja
Entrepreneurship and Social Responsibility in Iran: A Study of Industrial SMEs; B.Dehmoobed&M.Dehghanpur
CSR in Indian Public Sector Mining Companies: The Case of LCM Limited; S.Ray