|ISBN: 9780078029479 / 0078029473
Division: Higher Education
Pub Date: FEB-13
|Business and Society: Stakeholders, Ethics, Public Policy
|About the book|
Business and Society: Stakeholders, Ethics, Public Policy, 14e by Lawrence and Weber has continued through several successive author teams to be the market-leader in its field. This new edition highlights why government regulation is sometimes required as well as new models of business-community collaboration. The authors believe that businesses have social (as well as economic) responsibilities to society; that business and government both have important roles to play in the modern economy; and that ethics and integrity are essential to personal fulfillment and to business success. In addition, this textbook has long been popular with students because of its lively writing, up-to-date examples, and clear explanations of theory.
Completely revised and update to reflect the latest theoretical work in the field and the latest statistical data, as well as recent events.
New discussion of theoretical advances in stakeholder theory, social and environmental entrepreneurship, corporate citizenship, public affairs management, corporate governance, corporate social auditing, social investing, reputation management, business partnerships, and corporate philanthropy.
Treatment of practical issues, such as social networking, digital medical records, bottom of the pyramid, social entrepreneurship, political advertising and campaign contributions, as well as the latest developments in the regulatory environment in which businesses operate, including the Dodd-Frank Act and the Affordable Care Act.
New discussion cases and full-length cases on topics, such as, conditions in Apple’s Chinese supplier factories, the Upper Big Branch mine disaster, conflict minerals in cell phones, child sexual abuse in the global hotel industry, online piracy, Chiquita Brands in Latin America, working with bloggers in marketing, the campaign for clean cookstoves, the shareholder “say on pay” vote at Citigroup, the controversy over “pink slime,” and undocumented immigrants in the workforce.
The fourteenth edition articulates the view that in a global community, where traditional buffers no longer protect business from external change, managers can create strategies that integrate stakeholder interests, respect personal values, support community development, and are implemented fairly. Most important, businesses can achieve these goals while also being economically successful. This may be the only way to achieve economic success over the long term.
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Lively writing, up-to-date examples, and clear explanations of theory make this the book by choice for students. Many features to assist student learning are also provided, including learning objectives, lists of key terms, clear figures and exhibits, a complete glossary, and self-study questions.
A complete comprehensive view from authors Anne T. Lawrence and James Weber who bring a broad background of business and society research, teaching, consulting, and case development to the ongoing evolution of this text.
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|Table of contents|
PART ONE: BUSINESS IN SOCIETY
Chapter 1: The Corporation and Its Stakeholders
Chapter 2: Managing Public Issues and Stakeholder Relationships
Chapter 3: Corporate Social Responsibility
PART TWO: BUSINESS AND ETHICS
Chapter 4: Ethics and Ethical Reasoning
Chapter 5: Organizational Ethics and the Law
PART THREE: BUSINESS IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD
Chapter 6: The Challenges of Globalization
Chapter 7: Global Corporate Citizenship
PART FOUR: BUSINESS AND PUBLIC POLICY
Chapter 8: Business-Government Relations
Chapter 9: Influencing the Political Environment
PART FIVE: BUSINESS AND THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
Chapter 10: Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business
Chapter 11: Managing Environmental Issues
PART SIX: BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
Chapter 12: Technology, Organizations, and Society
Chapter 13: Managing Technology and Innovation
PART SEVEN: BUSINESS AND ITS STAKEHOLDERS
Chapter 14: Stockholder Rights and Corporate Governance
Chapter 15: Consumer Protection
Chapter 16: Employees and the Corporation
Chapter 17: Managing a Diverse Workforce
Chapter 18: The Community and the Corporation
Chapter 19: Managing Public Relations
Cases in Business and Society:
1. The Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster
2. The Carlson Company and Protecting Children in the Global Tourism Industry
3. Carolina Pad and the Mommy Bloggers
4. Moody’s Credit Ratings and the Subprime Mortgage Meltdown
5. Merck, the FDA, and the Vioxx Recall
6. Kimpton Hotel’s EarthCare Program
7. Ventria Biosciences and the Controversy over Plant-Made Medicines
8. The Solidarity Fund and Gildan Activewear
9. Mattel and Toy Safety