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Handbook of Business Legitimacy

Responsibility, Ethics and Society

Gebonden Engels 2020 9783030146214
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This Handbook forms part of  wider research in responsibility, ethics and legitimacy of corporations. Through an interdisciplinary perspective with comparative integration of sociological, politological, philosophical, theological, ethical, economic, legal, linguistic and communication theoretical approaches this Handbook will clarify how the interrelation between company and environment is mediated by legitimating notions in public spaces and public relations; how and why these notions have changed radically; how these transformations strike on the epistemological as well as practical dimension of business companies; and the problems involved in these transformations at the macro-, meso- and micro levels.The Handbook begins with a historical introduction and chronology of the development of business legitimacy, providing a comprehensive assessment of the concept’s evolution and identifying the most influential authors and their works. These may be divided intoauthors who follow (1) a philosophical, sociological, or conceptual tradition in management and leadership in their treatment of legitimacy and those who belong to the research tradition of (2) application of the concept in management science and leadership as well as in organizational theory and business practice in the interdisciplinary perspective of the different approaches.

The Handbook continues with systematic approaches and major themes developed in the concept of business legitimacy. Contributions here may be conceptual, empirical/applied or case studies. The different parts of the volume deal with the different topics to which business legitimacy has been applied, with how legitimacy is relevant in the various operational areas of the firm, and with the legitimacy theory’s responses to some of the most important issues that businesses and organizations currently face.

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ISBN13:9783030146214
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Uitgever:Springer International Publishing
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<p></p>1. Definition and Conditions of Business Legitimacy.- 2. Classical Theorists of Business Legitimacy.- 3. Business Legitimacy from the Point of View of Religion and Theology.- 4. Organization, Business Legitimacy and Business Ethics Theories.- 5. Sociology, Societal Change and Legitimation Paradigms.- 6.&nbsp; Public Governance, Co-Creation, Innovation, Taxation and Business Legitimacy.- 7. Law, Reflexive Law, Business Legitimacy and Corporate Social Responsibility.- 8. Public Relations, Marketing, the Public Sphere and Business Legitimacy.- 9. Communication and Public Constructions of Business Legitimacy.- 10. Philosophical Dimensions of Corporate Citizenship and Business Legitimacy.- 11. Business Legitimacy as Institutionalization of Responsibility.- 12. Management of Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Legitimacy.- 13. Accounting, Accountability, Stakeholders and Business Legitimacy.- 14. Legitimation Strategies for Business Corporations.- 15. Organizational Identity,HRM, Employee Motivation and Business Legitimacy.- 16. Business Economics, Finance, Governance and Business Legitimacy.- 17. Legitimation with Different Forms of Practice of Legitimacy in Complex Societies.- 18. Conflicting Notions of CSR and Business Legitimacy in Globalization.- 19. Business Legitimacy, Electronic Economy, Digital Work Life, and Surveillance.- 20. Business Legitimacy in Different Parts of the World.- 21. Polycentric Dimensions of Business Legitimacy in Complex Societies.- 22. Sustainable Development, Ecology, the Anthropocene and Business Legitimacy.- 23. Business Legitimacy and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).<p></p><br><p></p>

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