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  1. The Polycentric Character of Business Ethics Decisionmaking in International Contexts.Kevin T. Jackson - 2000 - Journal of Business Ethics 23 (1):123 - 143.
    Many ethical issues facing managers of multinational corporations are polycentric problems. That is, they involve a number of distinct centers -- each of which define rights and obligations of a multiplicity of affected parties -- and resolving matters around one center typically creates unpredictable repercussions around one or more of the other centers. Polycentricity is a normative phenomenon especially unsuited for adjudication, often requiring recourse to alternative processes of contract (or reciprocal adjustment) and managerial direction. This study explores how such (...)
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  • Making Sense of Corporate Social Responsibility and Work.Ami N. Seivwright & Kerrie L. Unsworth - 2016 - Frontiers in Psychology 7.
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  • Determinants of the Multinationals' Social Response. Empirical Application to International Companies Operating in Spain.María de la Cruz Déniz-Déniz & Juan Manuel García-Falcón - 2002 - Journal of Business Ethics 38 (4):339-370.
    To survive and be successful in today's setting of globalisation and complexity, companies are obliged to think in wider strategic terms, developing active and enterprising strategies that include social, political and ecological elements, besides the economic ones. The analysis of the relationship between companies and society is especially interesting when these companies operate in international markets. Countries demand that large corporations contribute to local, regional and national development in such a way that their resources are exchanged for a significant increase (...)
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  • Internal Effects of Stakeholder Management Devices.Sara A. Morris - 1997 - Journal of Business Ethics 16 (4):413-424.
    Stakeholder management devices (SMDs) are the mechanisms through which organizations respond to stakeholder concerns. Given that SMDs serve as organizational control systems for employees and managers, this research investigates the internal rather than the external effects of a firm's SMDs. Unlike most previous research, I examined the effects of these formal structures, processes, and procedures in the aggregate, rather than focusing attention on a single type of device. The study investigates the effects of a firm's stakeholder management devices, in the (...)
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  • Ethical Audit Decisions: A Structuration Perspective. [REVIEW]Jesse F. Dillard & Kristi Yuthas - 2002 - Journal of Business Ethics 36 (1-2):49 - 64.
    The public accounting profession has long relied on its reputation for integrity and veracity as justification for its professional status and monopoly privilege predicated on claims of acting in the public interest. If such status and privilege are to be justified and sustained, serious consideration of what constitutes ethical behavior, how such behavior is motivated as well as an explicit recognition of the rights and interests of affected parties constitutes an ethical imperative for the profession. Traditionally, work on ethics and (...)
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility: Perspectives on the CSR Construct’s Development and Future.Archie B. Carroll - 2021 - Business and Society 60 (6):1258-1278.
    This perspectives article seeks to comment and reflect on my 1999 BAS article titled “Corporate Social Responsibility: Evolution of a Definitional Construct,” and subsequent writings addressing these same topics. First, perspectives on the 1950-1999 period are offered. Second, reflections on the 2000-2020 period are presented. Finally, thoughts about the future and the new normal for CSR are set forth. Hopefully, the observations presented will stimulate further thinking on this important concept. And, it will be interesting to all of us to (...)
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  • A Configurational Approach to Enterprise Strategy Scope: An Upper Echelons Perspective.William Q. Judge & Dorn M. Fowler - 1994 - International Journal of Value-Based Management 7 (2):91-106.
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