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Vinicius Brei & Steffen Böhm (2011). Corporate Social Responsibility as Cultural Meaning Management: A Critique of the Marketing of 'Ethical' Bottled Water.

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    Embracing Ambiguity – Lessons From the Study of Corporate Social Responsibility Throughout the Rise and Decline of the Modern Welfare State.Anselm Schneider - 2014 - Business Ethics: A European Review 23 (3):293-308.
    In the work of Karl Polanyi, the negative effects of a self-regulating market economy are described as being limited by societal forces such as the policies of the welfare state. With the decline of the modern welfare state since the late 1970s, social activities of business firms are increasingly regarded as an important complement to or even as a substitute for welfare state policies by a part of the literature. However, and controversially, another stream of argumentation regards these activities as (...)
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    Beliefs About Social Responsibility at Work: Comparisons Between Managers and Non-Managers Over Time and Cross-Nationally.Roni Factor, Amalya L. Oliver & Kathleen Montgomery - 2013 - Business Ethics 22 (1):143-158.
    We examine the link between the growing emphasis on corporate social responsibility at the organizational level and beliefs about social responsibility at work (SRW) expressed by individuals. Drawing from theories of professionalism and diffusion of innovations (including practices and beliefs), we advance hypotheses about beliefs of managers and non-managers in 11 countries at two time periods, and use a unique international data set to test our hypotheses. Our general prediction that managers would score higher than non-managers on a measure of (...)
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    Beliefs About Social Responsibility at Work: Comparisons Between Managers and Non-Managers Over Time and Cross-Nationally.Roni Factor, Amalya L. Oliver & Kathleen Montgomery - 2013 - Business Ethics: A European Review 22 (2):143-158.
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