Implications for Theory and Practice of Philanthropy in Family Businesses

[We're pleased to welcome Dr. Alfredo De Massis who collaborated with Giovanna Campopiano and Francesco Chirico on their paper "Firm Philanthropy in Small and Medium-Sized Family Firms: The Effects of Family Involvement in Ownership and Management" from Family Business Review.] Firm philanthropy is a relevant topic, at times considered at odds with corporations and their … Continue reading Implications for Theory and Practice of Philanthropy in Family Businesses

Top Five: Business & Society

The current most-read articles from Business & Society cover topics including CSR, the UN Global Compact, gender inequality and more. These articles -- some new, some classic -- are free to access through June 8 using the links below. Please share and enjoy! Archie B. Carroll Corporate Social Responsibility: Evolution of a Definitional Construct September … Continue reading Top Five: Business & Society

Top Five: Journal of Macromarketing

What is a marketing ideology, and what is the marketer's role in contemporary culture? These and more are among the questions explored in the current top-read articles from the Journal of Macromarketing, which examines important social issues, how they are affected by marketing, and how society influences the conduct of marketing. These articles are freely … Continue reading Top Five: Journal of Macromarketing

Time to Reverse the Sustainability Crisis

Editor's note: The new issue of Organization & Environment (OAE) is now available online! We are delighted to welcome Mark Starik of San Francisco State University and Patricia Kanashiro of George Washington University, who published the lead article, "Toward a Theory of Sustainability Management: Uncovering and Integrating the Nearly Obvious." Click here to access the … Continue reading Time to Reverse the Sustainability Crisis

Call for Papers: Social Issues in the Family Enterprise

Call for Papers Family Business Review – Special Issue September 2014 Social Issues in the Family Enterprise Guest Editors: Justin Craig, Northeastern University (j.craig@neu.edu) Clay Dibrell, The University of Mississippi (cdibrell@bus.olemiss.edu), USA Don Neubaum, Oregon State University (don.neubaum@bus.oregonstate.edu), USA Anita Van Gils, Maastricht University (a.vangils@maastrichtuniversity.nl), The Netherlands Launched in 1988, Family Business Review is an interdisciplinary … Continue reading Call for Papers: Social Issues in the Family Enterprise

Social Issues in Management

Social Issues in Management – As seen in The New York Times and on National Public Radio Is it Time to Reconsider Culture and Poverty? What does this mean for strategic management and policy decisions? Read the May volume of The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.