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Corporate Social Responsibility, ESG, and Compliance

Elizabeth Pollman

Cambridge Handbook of Compliance (2021)

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Copy Citation: | and Elizabeth Pollman. "Corporate Social Responsibility, ESG, and Compliance." In Cambridge Handbook of Compliance , edited by D. Daniel Sokol & Benjamin van Rooij , 662. : , 2021. Elizabeth Pollman, Corporate Social Responsibility, ESG, and Compliance, in Cambridge Handbook of Compliance , 662 (D. Daniel Sokol & Benjamin van Rooij eds., 2021).

Topics: Business; Law

Keywords: Compliance; ESG; Sustainability; Corporate social responsibility; Shareholder primacy

Take a Stand or Keep Your Seat: Board Turnover after Social Movement Boycotts

Mary-Hunter McDonnell J. Adam Cobb

Academy of Management Journal (2019)

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Copy Citation: | Mary-Hunter McDonnell and J. Adam Cobb. "Take a Stand or Keep Your Seat: Board Turnover after Social Movement Boycotts." Academy of Management Journal 63, 4 (2019): . . Mary-Hunter McDonnell, and J. Adam Cobb, Take a Stand or Keep Your Seat: Board Turnover after Social Movement Boycotts, 63 Academy of Management Journal (2019).

Topics: Business

Keywords: Corporate social responsibility; Social movement boycotts; Board turnover

Quasi Governments and Inchoate Law: Berle’s Vision of Limits on Corporate Power

Elizabeth Pollman

Seattle University Law Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | and Elizabeth Pollman. "Quasi Governments and Inchoate Law: Berle’s Vision of Limits on Corporate Power." Seattle University Law Review 42, 2 (2019): 617. . Elizabeth Pollman, Quasi Governments and Inchoate Law: Berle’s Vision of Limits on Corporate Power, 42 Seattle University Law Review 617 (2019).

Topics: Law

Keywords: Corporate law; Corporate social responsibility; Corporate power

Social and Asocial Enterprise

Elizabeth Pollman

The Cambridge Handbook of Social Enterprise Law (2018)

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Copy Citation: | and Elizabeth Pollman. "Social and Asocial Enterprise." In The Cambridge Handbook of Social Enterprise Law, edited by Benjamin Means, Joseph W. Yockey, 11. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. Elizabeth Pollman, Social and Asocial Enterprise, in The Cambridge Handbook of Social Enterprise Law, 11 (Benjamin Means, Joseph W. Yockey eds., 2018).

Topics: Business

Keywords: Social enterprise; Benefit corporations; Corporate law; Corporate rights; Political corporations; Corporate social responsibility

Adolf Berle, E. Merrick Dodd and the New American Corporatism of 1932

William W. Bratton Michael L. Wachter

Research Handbook on the History of Corporate and Company Law (2018)

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Copy Citation: | William W. Bratton and Michael L. Wachter. "Adolf Berle, E. Merrick Dodd and the New American Corporatism of 1932." In Research Handbook on the History of Corporate and Company Law, edited by Harwell Wells, 534. : , 2018. William W. Bratton, and Michael L. Wachter, Adolf Berle, E. Merrick Dodd and the New American Corporatism of 1932, in Research Handbook on the History of Corporate and Company Law, 534 (Harwell Wells eds., 2018).

Topics: Business

Keywords: Corporate social responsibility; Corporatism; Corporate law

Conclusion: The Moral Responsibility of Firms: Past, Present, and Future

Eric W. Orts

The Moral Responsibility of Firms (2017)

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Copy Citation: | and Eric W. Orts. "Conclusion: The Moral Responsibility of Firms: Past, Present, and Future." In The Moral Responsibility of Firms, edited by Eric W. Orts, N. Craig Smith, 206. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. Eric W. Orts, Conclusion: The Moral Responsibility of Firms: Past, Present, and Future, in The Moral Responsibility of Firms, 206 (Eric W. Orts, N. Craig Smith eds., 2017).

Topics: Business

Keywords: Business ethics; Moral responsibility; Moral agency; Corporate criminality; Corporate social responsibility; Legal and ethical culpability; BP; Volkswagen

Motivating Without Mandates? The Role of Voluntary Programs in Environmental Governance

Cary Coglianese Jennifer Nash

Decision Making in Environmental Law (2016)

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Copy Citation: | Cary Coglianese and Jennifer Nash. "Motivating Without Mandates? The Role of Voluntary Programs in Environmental Governance." In Decision Making in Environmental Law, edited by Nicholas S. Bryner, Robert L. Glicksman, Lee Paddock, 237. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2016. Cary Coglianese, and Jennifer Nash, Motivating Without Mandates? The Role of Voluntary Programs in Environmental Governance, in Decision Making in Environmental Law, 237 (Nicholas S. Bryner, Robert L. Glicksman, Lee Paddock eds., 2016).

Topics: Environment

Keywords: Environmental law; Voluntary environmental programs; Corporate social responsibility; Incentives; Private regulation

Radical Repertoires: The Incidence and Impact of Corporate-Sponsored Social Activism

Mary-Hunter McDonnell

Organizational Science (2016)

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Copy Citation: | and Mary-Hunter McDonnell. "Radical Repertoires: The Incidence and Impact of Corporate-Sponsored Social Activism." Organizational Science 27, 1 (2016): 53-71. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2137371. Mary-Hunter McDonnell, Radical Repertoires: The Incidence and Impact of Corporate-Sponsored Social Activism, 27 Organizational Science 53-71 (2016).

Topics: Business; Politics

Keywords: Social movements; Corporate social responsibility; Political sociology

Good Firms, Good Targets: The Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility, Reputation, and Activist Targeting

Brayden King Mary-Hunter McDonnell

Corporate Social Responsibility in a Globalizing World: Toward Effective Global CSR Frameworks (2015)

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Copy Citation: | Brayden King and Mary-Hunter McDonnell. "Good Firms, Good Targets: The Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility, Reputation, and Activist Targeting." In Corporate Social Responsibility in a Globalizing World: Toward Effective Global CSR Frameworks, edited by Kiyoteru Tsutsui and Alwyn Lim, 430. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Brayden King, and Mary-Hunter McDonnell, Good Firms, Good Targets: The Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility, Reputation, and Activist Targeting, in Corporate Social Responsibility in a Globalizing World: Toward Effective Global CSR Frameworks, 430 (Kiyoteru Tsutsui and Alwyn Lim eds., 2015).

Topics: Business; Politics

Keywords: Social movements; Corporate social responsibility; Reputation; Organization theory

A Dynamic Process Model of Private Politics: Activist Targeting and Corporate Receptivity to Social Challenges

Mary-Hunter McDonnell Brayden King Sarah Soule

American Sociological Review (2015)

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Copy Citation: | Mary-Hunter McDonnell, Brayden King, and Sarah Soule. "A Dynamic Process Model of Private Politics: Activist Targeting and Corporate Receptivity to Social Challenges." American Sociological Review 80, 3 (2015): 654-678. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2432208. Mary-Hunter McDonnell, Brayden King, and Sarah Soule, A Dynamic Process Model of Private Politics: Activist Targeting and Corporate Receptivity to Social Challenges, 80 American Sociological Review 654-678 (2015).

Topics: Business; Politics

Keywords: Social movements; Organization theory; Non-market strategy; Corporate social responsibility

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