Ch17Slides and Notes - LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying...

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying thls chapter, you should be able to: 1. Articulate a sbkeholder view of the firm 2. Apply the rn*rtution based view to analyze corporate socral resOonsibrliW 3. Use the r6ource based view to better underetand corporete sial r6ponsibility 4. Participate in three l€dinq debats conceming corporate scial i6ponsibility 5 Draw implications for action STAKEHOLDER VIEW OF THE FIR.M - \r.\\ \}"rr. .-s br "rstf - "*$x;tup,'w'5^^ qsuqwvii\ - s\S$t $-\r \ oc.wrlsJ<A,\ NAS - n'ts.rq"Jrn.\ n^o.qrS. $"u,$.rsr z:O\ a r- rIG PICTUR.E PER.SPECTIVE IIG PICTUR.E PER.SPECTIVE orimatw sfiakeholder orouDs - consntuents on ivhich the firm relies for its onTinuou3 survival and eT[[ \Nw\ s6\xNkli\* \*^^*"., DS - thoie who lfected by, the firm, the firm and are wral- and ItEi6irsly satisfieF
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INSTITUTIONS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY feactive Strategy - response to relatively llttle or no support of top rnanaqement to CSR causes defensive strategy - focus on regulatory compliance with llttle involvement by tW eenqgggeot - aocomrnodative Strategy - characterized by some sgp4g4_ftomrouIDascrs. who may r.rciggglgly. r.!gw CsR as a lelllEllle_eDdeayor ploactive strategy
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