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Corporate Behavior and Sustainability : Doing Well by Being Good

By: Aras, Güler.
Contributor(s): Ingley, Coral.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Finance, Governance and Sustainability: Publisher: Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (284 p.).ISBN: 9781317159551.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Corporate Behavior and Sustainability : Doing Well by Being GoodLOC classification: HD2731 | .A737 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- About the authors -- Series editor's preface -- Introduction: doing well by being good for sustainable business -- Part I Market behavior, stakeholders' approach and good governance -- 1 Agency theory: explaining or creating problems? Good governance and ethical behaviour for sustainable business -- 2 Using a stakeholder approach to understand success: empirical tests in Indian business -- 3 Behaviour in academe: an investigation into the sustainability of mainstream scholarship in management studies
Part II Effective business behavior for corporate sustainability -- 4 The walls between us: governance for sustainability -- 5 Governing corporate responsibility: the role of soft regulation -- 6 Corporate citizenship, ethics and accountability: the significance of the process of trust for corporate legitimacy in late modernity -- Part III Monitoring and reporting on sustainability -- 7 Positioning of corporate social responsibility in media reporting: the role of media setting -- 8 A pathway to corporate sustainability - social accounting -- 9 ESG matters in the boardroom
Part IV The requirements for implementation of sustainability -- 10 The drivers of change -- 11 From ego to eco - theoretical challenges and practical implications of a "next generation" responsible leadership as a collaborative endeavor -- 12 Valuing corporate governance - a way out of the current impasse?: changing the leadership focus to behaviours and values rather than codes and compliance -- 13 Defining and achieving good governance -- Conclusion -- Index
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- About the authors -- Series editor's preface -- Introduction: doing well by being good for sustainable business -- Part I Market behavior, stakeholders' approach and good governance -- 1 Agency theory: explaining or creating problems? Good governance and ethical behaviour for sustainable business -- 2 Using a stakeholder approach to understand success: empirical tests in Indian business -- 3 Behaviour in academe: an investigation into the sustainability of mainstream scholarship in management studies

Part II Effective business behavior for corporate sustainability -- 4 The walls between us: governance for sustainability -- 5 Governing corporate responsibility: the role of soft regulation -- 6 Corporate citizenship, ethics and accountability: the significance of the process of trust for corporate legitimacy in late modernity -- Part III Monitoring and reporting on sustainability -- 7 Positioning of corporate social responsibility in media reporting: the role of media setting -- 8 A pathway to corporate sustainability - social accounting -- 9 ESG matters in the boardroom

Part IV The requirements for implementation of sustainability -- 10 The drivers of change -- 11 From ego to eco - theoretical challenges and practical implications of a "next generation" responsible leadership as a collaborative endeavor -- 12 Valuing corporate governance - a way out of the current impasse?: changing the leadership focus to behaviours and values rather than codes and compliance -- 13 Defining and achieving good governance -- Conclusion -- Index

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<p>Güler Aras is a professor of Finance at Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, and a Visiting Professor at Georgetown University McDonough School of Business. She is the founding director of The Center for Finance, Governance and Sustainability (CFGS) at YTU. She is the former Dean of the Faculty of Administrative and Economic Sciences and the Graduate School.</p> <p>Coral Ingley is Associate Professor of Management in the Faculty of Business and Law at the Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand. In 2006 she founded and is Director of the Centre for Corporate Governance at the university and is a member of the Faculty's Work Research Institute. She has served as a visiting professor at Sorbonne University, Paris, ESC-Troyes, France, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, and Toulouse Business School, Barcelona, Spain. Her research focus is on corporate governance.</p>

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