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Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing and Emerging Markets

Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing and Emerging Markets
Institutions, Actors and Sustainable Development

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Onyeka K. Osuji, Franklin N. Ngwu, Dima Jamali, Viviana Pilato, Adaeze Okoye, Paul U. Abba, Ogechi Adeola, Oserere Eigbe, Omotayo Muritala, Hedda Ofoole Knoll, Frederick Ahen, Deborah B. Motilewa, Aziegbe-Esho Ebes, Ting Ren, Yan Feng, Youzhi Xiao, Hongyan Yang, Wenli Liu, Mallika Tamvada, Uchenna Uzo, Olamide Shittu, Durand Cupido, David Wesley, Luis Alfonso Dau, Elizabeth M. Moore, F. Pinar Acar, A. Godze Gozum, Mohammed K. Alshaleel, Nubi Achebo, Kikelomo Kila, Rose Hiquet, Won-Yong Oh, Ijeoma Nwagwu, Chris Ogbechie, Radek Stech, Ugochi C. Amajuoyi
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  • Publication planned for: April 2020
  • availability: Not yet published - available from April 2020
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108472111

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  • Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has emerged as a tool for public and private institutions to promote sustainable development in developing and emerging markets. This work brings together contributors from a variety of fields and international perspectives to assess and improve the effectiveness of CSR by addressing the following questions: what are the linkages between CSR and sustainable development? What does CSR mean for developing or emerging economies and in what ways does this deviate from orthodoxies and universalist approaches? What institutional factors and actors influence the effectiveness of CSR in developing and emerging economies? How can developing and emerging economies promote a flexible, diverse and reconstructed form of CSR that leads to inclusive and sustainable development? This book should be read by anyone interested in understanding what normative factors, theoretical models, policy strategies, and corporate practices best facilitate effective CSR and sustainable development.

    • Contains theoretical, legal, socio-economic, historical, empirical, and inter-disciplinary approaches
    • Challenges the application of dominant neoliberal CSR approaches to developing and emerging economies
    • Businesses, policymakers, and scholars will understand and be confident in applying what works for developing and emerging economies
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    • Publication planned for: April 2020
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108472111
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from April 2020
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction: CSR in developing and emerging markets – institutions, actors and sustainable development Onyeka K. Osuji, Franklin N. Ngwu and Dima Jamali
    2. Institutional theory and corporate social responsibility in developing countries: a comparative institutional perspective Viviana Pilato
    3. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) and a capabilities approach to development: CSR laws as an allocative device? Adaeze Okoye
    4. Domestic adjudicative institutions, developing countries and sustainable development: linkages and limitations Onyeka K. Osuji and Paul U. Abba
    5. The informal economy: corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development Ogechi Adeola, Oserere Eigbe and Omotayo Muritala
    6. Human resource management and political CSR in global supply chains: causes and consequences of host communities' enduring struggles Hedda Ofoole Knoll and Frederick Ahen
    7. Navigating the CSR discourse from a developing country's perspective: a shift to human capital development? Deborah B. Motilewa, Aziegbe-Esho Ebes and Franklin N. Ngwu
    8. Firm ownership and corporate social responsibility in China: from a multiple stakeholder perspective Ting Ren, Yan Feng, Youzhi Xiao, Hongyan Yang and Wenli Liu
    9. The dynamics of CSR, mandatory CSR laws, and corporate social performance in India Mallika Tamvada
    10. Nigeria's informal economy, social responsibility and sustainable development Uchenna Uzo and Olamide Shittu
    11. The environment in shipping incidents: salvage contracts and the public interest Durand Cupido
    12. Filling institutional voids in Thailand: the case of Nestle and the seafood coalition David Wesley, Luis Alfonso Dau and Elizabeth M. Moore
    13. Gender composition of the upper echelons and firm sustainability performance: an examination of Istanbul stock exchange companies F. Pinar Acar and A. Godze Gozum
    14. Islamic finance, sustainable development and developing countries: linkages and potential Mohammed K. Alshaleel
    15. Developing countries' business schools and socially conscious business leaders Nubi Achebo
    16. Corporate participation in climate change mitigation in developing countries: 'green capitalism' as a tool for sustainable development Kikelomo Kila
    17. Ethics issues in outsourcing to emerging markets: theoretical perspectives and practices Rose Hiquet and Won-Yong Oh
    18. Promoting sustainability in business and management education Ijeoma Nwagwu, Chris Ogbechie and Franklin N. Ngwu
    19. Sustainable finance, the law and stakeholders: towards responsible social movements Radek Stech
    20. Sustainable consumption, consumer protection and sustainable development: unbundling institutional septet for developing economies Onyeka K. Osuji and Ugochi C. Amajuoyi
    21. Corporate social responsibility and sustainable development in developing and emerging markets: looking forward Franklin N. Ngwu, Onyeka K. Osuji and Dima Jamali.

  • Editors

    Onyeka Osuji, University of Essex
    Onyeka K. Osuji is a Reader in Law at the University of Essex. As a qualified barrister and solicitor in Nigeria and England, he has advised individuals, corporations, and national and international governmental and non-governmental organizations. Dr Osuji has published extensively in books and reputable international journals addressing issues ranging from corporate social responsibility and governance to globalization and consumer protection. He is also member of the College of Advisors of the ESRC-funded Sustainable Finance, the Law and Stakeholders Network.

    Franklin N. Ngwu, Pan-Atlantic University, Nigeria
    Franklin N. Ngwu is Senior Lecturer in Strategy, Finance and Risk Management at Pan-Atlantic University Lagos Business School. He has worked with Barclays Bank, consulted for local and international organizations, and lectured at multiple institutions including Glasgow Caledonian University, University of Salford and University of Manchester. He has multi-disciplinary teaching and research interests and has published books, many book chapters and papers in peer-reviewed journals. Dr Ngwu's membership of professional bodies includes the Society of Corporate Governance Nigeria, British Academy of Management, Institute of Operational Risk and Expert Network, World Economic Forum.

    Dima Jamali, American University of Beirut
    Dima Jamali holds the Kamal Shair Chair in Responsible Leadership in the Olayan School of Business at American University of Beirut. She has published four books and over sixty-five international publications, focusing on various aspects of CSR in developing countries and in the Middle East region specifically. She was the winner of multiple awards including the 2016 National Council for Scientific Research Excellence Award, and was selected for the 2013 Eisenhower Fellows Program and 2007 British Academy of Management Fellowship for South Asia and the Middle East.

    Contributors

    Onyeka K. Osuji, Franklin N. Ngwu, Dima Jamali, Viviana Pilato, Adaeze Okoye, Paul U. Abba, Ogechi Adeola, Oserere Eigbe, Omotayo Muritala, Hedda Ofoole Knoll, Frederick Ahen, Deborah B. Motilewa, Aziegbe-Esho Ebes, Ting Ren, Yan Feng, Youzhi Xiao, Hongyan Yang, Wenli Liu, Mallika Tamvada, Uchenna Uzo, Olamide Shittu, Durand Cupido, David Wesley, Luis Alfonso Dau, Elizabeth M. Moore, F. Pinar Acar, A. Godze Gozum, Mohammed K. Alshaleel, Nubi Achebo, Kikelomo Kila, Rose Hiquet, Won-Yong Oh, Ijeoma Nwagwu, Chris Ogbechie, Radek Stech, Ugochi C. Amajuoyi

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