|Title||Corporate social responsibility and the welfare state : The historical and contemporary role of CSR in the mixed economy of welfare|
|Imprint||Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2012|
|Descript||viii, 193p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction: examining the social dimension of corporate social responsibility. -- Theoretical framework: integrating historical institutionalism and the mixed economy of welfare approach. -- Corporate social responsibility: making sense of a contested concept. -- Connections between CSR and nineteenth-century philanthropy: CSR in the commercial sector. -- CSR as social policy: CSR in the public sector. -- CSR, globalization and anti-globalization: CSR and the non-profit sector. -- Is there a 'Social case' for corporate social responsibility? Views on the social impacts of CSR. -- CSR and the changing welfare state: does CSR constitute a roll-back of the stae? -- Conclusion: the welfare state, CSR and the future.
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