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date: 05 July 2020

(p. viii) List of Figures

(p. viii) List of Figures

  1. 4.1 CSR value holarchy 102

  2. 4.2 Four modes of value creation in the CSR business case 103

  3. 5.1 Innovation as confounding variable 125

  4. 5.2 Innovation as mediating variable 125

  5. 10.1 Value neglect: executive normative myopia and neglectful Corporate Social Performance 236

  6. 10.2 Value attunement: executive normative receptivity and attuned Corporate Social Performance 238

  7. 11.1 KLD research categories 264

  8. 11.2 KLD subcategory example: the environment 265

  9. 11.3 Classifying investment opportunities for a firm 274

  10. 12.1 Types of ethical consumerism 292

  11. 16.1 Power‐dependence relationships 373

  12. 21.1 Classification of literature on CSR in developing countries 475

  13. 21.2 Drivers of CSR in developing countries 481

  14. 21.3 CSR pyramid for developing countries 489

  15. 23.1 The dual meaning of CSR 523

  16. 23.2 Four stages of CSR 525

  17. 23.3 Factors shaping CSR's future 529