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|Title:||Corporate Social Responsibility Decision-Making Model : A Seven Nodal Process||Authors:||Haddad, Pierre El
|Affiliations:||Department of Business Administration||Subjects:||Corporate social responsibility||Issue Date:||2015||Part of:||The 2015 European Academy of Management Annual Conference||Conference:||European Academy of Management Annual Conference (17-20 June 2015 : Galatasoray University, Warsaw, Poland)||Abstract:||
This paper explores the corporate social responsibility decision-making process within the Lebanese business caucus. Inductively inspired from the literature and pre-conceptual discussions with business leaders, a Seven Nodal CSR Decision-Making Model is conceived and confirmed following a deductive approach based on a thematic analysis of semi-structured interviews with Lebanese business leaders. The findings provide evidence confirming the Seven Nodal CSR Decision-Making Model Further empirical research using this model would shed more light on the phenomena. At the practical level, the paper attempts to provide business leaders with a decision-oriented information and management tool, and to better inform policy making. The theoretical originality of the Seven Nodal CSR Decision-Making Model adds to the value of current research in the CSR area.
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