Bringing together normative and instrumental CSR conceptualizations, practice based examples and international case studies, this edited volume brings together important contributions on the conceptualizations of CSR post financial crisis. Including coverage of a variety of practices in developing and developed contexts, industry-specific activities, business ethics and sustainable development issues, Corporate Social Responsibility in the Post-Financial Crisis brings together a variety of perspectives to provide knowledge and understanding across contexts.
Anastasios Theofilou is a Principal Academic in Public Relations at the Faculty of Media and Communication at Bournemouth University, UK. He is Programme Leader of the MA Corporate Communication of Bournemouth University, Director of the CIPR Accredited Teaching Centre of Bournemouth University and Chair of the International History of Public Relations Conference.
Georgiana Grigore is a Senior Lecturer in Corporate and Marketing Communications at Bournemouth University, UK. In 2012, Georgiana co-founded an annual international conference in 'Social Responsibility, Ethics and Sustainable Business' and in 2015 she co-edited two academic monographs on responsibility and ethics.
Alin Stancu is Associate Professor of Corporate Social Responsibility and Public Relations at Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania. He is the co-founder of The International Conference on Social Responsibility, Ethics and Sustainable Business (from 2012), and he also organised the 4th Organisational Governance Conference.
Part 1: Corporate Responsibility in the "post" financial crisis: a moral discussion.- Chapter 1 Embedding social responsibility in HE corporate communications degrees. The place of CSR in teaching corporate communications programs (advertising, branding and public relations) (Rutherford and Richard Scullion).- Chapter 2 Does Religiousness Influence the Corporate Social Responsibility Orientation in Germany? (Maria Anne Schmidt).- Chapter 3 Responsibility in the Digital Economy (Georgiana Grigore, Mike Molesworth and Rebecca Watkins).- Chapter 4 A New Paradigm: How Social Movements Shape Corporate Social Responsibility after the Financial Crisis (Camelia Crisan and Ana Adi).- Chapter 5 An Ontologically Innovative Design of CSR Strategies: Enabling Value Added Institutional Collaborations (Fragkoulis A. Papagiannis).- Part 2: Corporate Responsibility in the "post" financial crisis: a need to institutionalize.- Chapter 6 Who is Ethical?: The Code of Business Ethics in Korean Workplaces (Kyungmin Baek).- Chapter 7 CSR and banking morals - on the introduction of the Dutch Banker's Oath (Wybe T. Popma).- Chapter 8 Private-Public Sector Interaction in Terms of Crisis Management for Maintaining Sustainability and Enhancing CSR (Christina Nizamidou and Fotis Vouzas).- Chapter 9 The need for a responsible Public Administration (or) Extending CSR to Public Administration (Athanasios Chymis, Paolo D'Anselmi and Christos Triantopoulos).- Part 3: Corporate Responsibility in the "post" financial crisis: case studies.- Chapter 10 Exploring post-financial crisis CSR digital communications by MNEs in Mexico (María Castillo and Virginie Vial).- Chapter 11 Value chain and CSR of global pharmaceutical companies A framework to define practices (Nathalie Gimenes and Marielle A. Payaud).- Chapter 12 Fear, loathing and shale gas. The introduction of fracking to the UK: a case study (David McQueen).- Chapter 13 For-profits and Non-profits: A Research on the Collaboration's Premises during the Financial Crisis (Andreea Angela Von?ea and Alin Stancu).