pp. 250, 1a edizione 2020 (Codice editore 10365.35)
In the current economic context, Corporate Social Responsibility is an increasingly relevant topic that has swept away the traditional views about firms’ competitiveness, survival and profitability. The rise of sustainability driven pressures and opportunities makes particularly interesting the interplay among management, sustainability and social impacts for scholars, public authorities, policy makers and practitioners. This book aims to investigate the opportunities, the criticalities and the future perspectives in the CSR studies for increasing firm performance and growth.
Presentazione del volume
In the current economic context, Corporate Social Responsibility is an increasingly relevant topic that has swept away the traditional views about firms' competitiveness, survival and profitability. The rise of sustainability driven pressures and opportunities makes particularly interesting the interplay among management, sustainability and social impacts for scholars, public authorities, policy makers and practitioners. In line with these considerations, this book aims to investigate the opportunities, the criticalities and the future perspectives in the CSR studies for increasing firm performance and growth.
The contributions in this volume sketch a picture of the current state of CSR research including the evolution of sustainable regulation and its impact on firms' operations, organizational models and disclosure. The included papers emphasize the role of sustainability as a "new strategic variable" for contributing to strengthen the competitive positioning of firms and to increase their value creation process. The integration of socio-environmental variables into the overall strategic processes can drive firm to increase opportunities for developing new resources and capabilities and to improve competitive advantage.
By examining issues ranging from theory in CSR to practical application of practices and tools, the book contributes to the field of corporate social responsibility, accounting and strategic management studies and suggest implications for practitioners to support an evolution of sustainable business practices considering simultaneously the accountability to a wide range of firm's internal and external actors.
Stefano Garzella is a Full Professor of Strategic Management at the University Parthenope. He is also Visiting Professor at the University of Pisa. He received his PhD in Business Administration from the University of Pisa in 1998. He is a member of SIDREA (Italian Association of Professors in Accounting and Management), AIDEA (Italian Academy of Management). He has published research articles in several peer-reviewed national and international Journals. His research focuses on strategic management, M&As and valuation approaches.
Stefano Garzella, Foreword
Simone Pizzi, Fabio Caputo, Andrea Venturelli, Stefano Adamo, Achieving Sustainable Development Goals through nonfinancial regulation. First insights from the transposition of directive 95/2014/EU in Italy
Gianluca Antonucci, Michelina Venditti, Ida Verna, When Social Accounting becomes an obligation by Law. The case of Italian Social Enterprises
Antonio Costa, Giuseppe Dammacco, Alessandra Tafuro, How is the public sector relevant to the CSR debate? A strategic approach to social aspects: socially responsible public procurement
Antonio Thomas, Renato Passaro, Ivana Quinto, Giuseppe Scandurra, Business orientation towards eco-innovations for the pursuit of CSR
Simona Fortunati, Corporate social responsibility and circular design: A new model of value creation in the cosmetics industry
Grazia Dicuonzo, Francesca Donofrio, Antonia Patrizia Iannuzzi, Vittorio Dell'Atti, Sustainability in banks' corporate governance systems. What evidence from the European Banking System?
Stefano Garzella, Raffaele Fiorentino, Rosita Capurro, Towards new conceptualization and scope of environmental dimension in the strategic formula
Mauro Romano, Antonio Corvino, Christian Favino, Antonio Netti, Climate related issues: The influence on corporate strategy, governance, and disclosure. Insights from the European Union context
Luca Del Bene, Aurelio Tommasetti, Giulia Leoni, Gennaro Maione, How to boost environmental accounting practices: Evidence from two Italian case studies
Sara De Masi, Marcello Sartarelli, Alessandro Tampieri, Corporate social responsibility and firm performance: The role of disclosure strategies
Guido Migliaccio, Pietro Pavone, Economic and capital structure of Italian social enterprises: Results of a multizonal quantitative study on financial statements
Silvia Panfilo, Chiara Mio, IR completeness and the role of the institutional factors: Worldwide evidence.
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