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Nicolas Guilhot, 182-209, Columbia University Press, 2011.Jean-Pascal GondJean-Pascal Gond (Cass - Management) is a Professor of Corporate Social Responsibility at Cass Business School, City University LondonRecent publications include:van Apeldoorn, Band Bansal, PHe has a long-standing interest in the incidence, nature and regulation of corporate crime, and in particular the regulation and management and health and safety at workof Sociology, Stanford University JO LITTLER,DeptThe discussion allowed them to see how their topics/questions are approached in different disciplines, to learn of the other authors' ideas and thus to work on a second draft incorporating these ideasLevy is Professor and Chair of the Department of Management and Marketing at UMass-BostonHe has a long-standing academic interest in psycho-social understandings of subject formation, which is currently focused on the implications of precarious workor See all free Kindle reading apps Start reading The Corporation: A Critical, Multi-Disciplinary Handbook on your Kindle in under a minute
The Seminar Group has a User member who has played a key part in identifying the research agenda for the GroupRecent publications include: Levy, David LHis monograph: "Criminal Capital: Making Class through Corruption in an Indian Company Town" is under preparation for Routledge.Marc SchneibergMarc Schneiberg (Reed - Sociology) Marc Schneiberg is the John COnly 3 left in stock (more on the way)The problem is that each discipline constructs its own, partial picture of the corporationIf you are having problems accessing these resources please email lecturerscambridge.org Register Sign in Please note that this file is password protectedSeminar Group members are already involved in a variety of existing policy, advocacy and other professional networks that we will continue to draw on and involve in the Seminar SeriesCustomer Reviews There are no customer reviews yetHowever, comprehensive, in-depth analysis of the concept of the corporation is often restricted, or limited to one disciplinary approach443-464.Peter FlemingPeter Fleming, (Cass - Management) - Peter Fleming's research focuses on the political economy of corporations and the relations of power that underlie them
He was the Chair of the Centre for Corporate Accountability, 1999-2009.Bastiaan van ApeldoornBastiaan van Apeldoorn (VU Amsterdam - International Relations) - Bastiaan van Apeldoorn is a Reader in International Relations at the Department of Political Science, VU (Vrije Universiteit) in Amsterdam.Subtotal: 0.0 View cart (0) Checkout View cart and checkout Continue shopping Continue shopping Include historic titles Search products Register Sign in Register Sign in Wishlist Unlocking potential with the best learning and research solutions Subjects AnthropologyArchaeologyArts, theatre and cultureAstronomyChemistryClassical studiesComputer scienceEarth and environmental scienceEconomicsEducationEngineeringGeneral scienceGeographyHistoryLanguages and linguisticsLawLife sciencesLiteratureManagementMathematicsMedicineMusicPhilosophyPhysicsPolitics and international relationsPsychologyReligionSociologyStatistics and probabilitySocial science research methodsBrowse all subjects TextbooksReferenceAuthorsNewsConferencesBlogsContact Us United Kingdom HomeAcademicManagementOrganisation studies Look Inside The CorporationA Critical, Multi-Disciplinary Handbook 94.99 Editors:Grietje Baars, City University LondonAndre Spicer, City University London Grietje Baars, Andre Spicer, Philip Stern, Simon Deakin, William Lazonick, Gerald F18:00 Jul 12 Wednesday Knowledge exchange event: Improving self-management of typeMuch positive feedback received.we had many new additions to the project mailing list, added new members to our network, cemented burgeoning research relationships, many cards were exchanged, hopefully people will have kept in touch and are now collaborating or exchanging information in some wayYear(s) Of Engagement Activity 2015 Description Public debate: Corporate responsibility in end times: between critique and change Form Of Engagement Activity A talk or presentation Part Of Official Scheme? No Geographic Reach International Primary Audience Public/other audiences Results and Impact Public debate Debating Corporate Social Responsibility in end times: Critique or Change? Speaker(s)Bobby Banerjee, Professor at Cass Business School and author of 'Corporate Social Responsibility: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly'.Claire Fauset, the author of "What's Wrong with CSR", a Corporate Watch publication.Peter Fleming, Professor at Cass Business School (from April 1 2013), and author of 'The End of CSR'.Ewa Jasiewis, union organiser and activist, most recently with the "No Dash for Gas" campaign.Anne Lindsay, Director of the Corporate Responsibility Coalition and Lead Analyst - Private Sector at CAFOD.Ronen Shamir, Professor of sociology, Tel Aviv University who has written extensively on CSR.DescriptionThe panel debated the question of Corporate Social Responsibility's emancipatory potential in this time of crisesFinally, they consider resistance and alternatives to the corporation
He has researched and published widely on international economic law, international business regulation, state theory and international capital, and law and social theoryThe public debates on topical questions were advertised to our own mailing lists as well as all CAS and City Law School staff and alumni, and lists such as CSR Chicks, Pol Econ Research network, Feminist political economy facebook group, twitter, etc.From our research group a vast international network was builtHis current book is a political and intellectual history of the English East India Company in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuriesHis primary research interests are in the areas of sustainability, climate change and corporate social responsibilityAnarchist versus corporate ethics 19In Hoffman, A> Get Started There's a problem loading this menu at the moment'Stakeholder management and sustainability strategies in the French nuclear industry', Business Strategy & the Environment, 20, p.124-140, 2011Banerjee S.B 07f867cfac