Faculty Publications

Title

Assessing corporate social performance: linking strategy and stakeholders of the firm

Document Type

Article

Keywords

chemicals, computers, corporate social performance, measurement, pharmaceuticals, social performance measurement, stakeholders, strategy

Journal/Book/Conference Title

Global Business and Economics Review

Volume

7

Issue

2-3

First Page

133

Last Page

154

Abstract

This paper is an attempt to merge the concepts of social performance, strategy and stakeholders into a useful framework. The utility of the framework is meant to aid practitioners in making decisions and assessing the interplay of social performance, strategy and stakeholders in day-to-day managerial operations. In addition, we have proposed a model and approach that we believe are useful for future research. Finally, we propose a methodology for actual measurement of corporate social performance that is of value to practising managers and researchers. © 2005 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd

Original Publication Date

1-1-2005

DOI of published version

10.1504/gber.2005.007612

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