Values and Stakeholders in an Era of Social Responsibility: Cut-Throat Competition?

Hardcover | October 15, 2011

byPaolo D'Anselmi

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Assuming a pro-business viewpoint, this book criticizes sustainability and responsibility as it appears in the reports of corporations. It launches an appeal to the representatives of SMEs around the world to make accountability happen in government organizations and monopolies.

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Assuming a pro-business viewpoint, this book criticizes sustainability and responsibility as it appears in the reports of corporations. It launches an appeal to the representatives of SMEs around the world to make accountability happen in government organizations and monopolies.

PAOLO D'ANSELMI has been a Practitioner of Management Consultancy and Public Policy Analysis since 1981. He currently teaches CSR at the University of Rome at Tor Vergata, Italy. He is a graduate in Electrical Engineering (Roma Sapienza) and in Public Policy (Harvard, USA).

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 9.67 × 5.68 × 0.8 inPublished:October 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230303730

ISBN - 13:9780230303737

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Table of Contents

Introduction
PART I: DEVELOPING A CSR PROCESS FRAMEWORK
The Problem and the Solution
The Backstage of Capitalism
CSR You Are (it's Not What You Do)
Think Negative
The USDIME Framework
The Unknown Stakeholder
Disclosure
Implementation 
Everyman's Decision Making: Micro-Ethics
Who's Afraid of the Policy Analyst?
The Proof of the Pudding: Applying the USDIME Framework
PART II: FROM CSR TO POLITICS: THE COMPETITIVE DIVIDE
The Neighborhood Bullies
The Profits of Non-Profit
The Autarky of Public Administration
The Irrelevant Politics
Four Fruitful Generalizations: from CSR to Politics
What is to Be Done: Developing a Political Agenda for SMEs