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Corporate political responsibility : how businesses can strengthen democracy for mutual benefit

Title
Corporate political responsibility : how businesses can strengthen democracy for mutual benefit / Johannes Bohnen.
Author
Bohnen, Johannes.
Publication
Berlin : Springer, 2021.
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Series Statement
Future of Business and Finance
Uniform Title
Future of business and finance.
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Contents
  • Intro -- Preface -- References -- Contents -- List of Figures -- 1: Introduction: What Is at Stake? -- References -- Part I: Remapping the Public Sphere -- 2: Understanding the Public Sphere -- 2.1 Why the Public Sphere Is So Relevant for CPR -- 2.2 The Public Sphere and Its Actors -- 2.2.1 The State: A Declining Capacity to Act -- 2.2.2 Society: Citizens and Consumers Have Ever Higher Expectations -- 2.2.3 Business: Companies Lack a Political Self-Image -- 2.3 Fear of Contact: What Makes Entrepreneurs and What Makes Politicians Tick? -- 2.4 Lobbying Is on the Defensive
  • 2.5 The Regulatory Framework: Fundamentals of Democratic Constitutionality -- 2.6 The Mental Parameters: Political Values and An Ethos of Supporting the State -- References -- 3: Revitalizing the Public Sphere -- 3.1 Regaining the Capacity to Act: The Concept of Governance -- 3.2 Democratic Resilience Through Personal and Political Education -- 3.3 Recognizing Debate as the Heart of Democracy -- 3.4 Successful Leadership Needs Elites -- 3.5 Societal Actors and Their Political Role -- 3.6 Lessons Learnt: The Case of Pegida in Saxony -- 3.7 A Call to Action for the Whole Society -- References
  • Part II: Taking a Stance: Corporate Political Responsibility (CPR) -- 4: Why Businesses Need a Political Stance -- 4.1 For the Stateś Capacity to Act, Businesses Are a Problem and a Promise -- 4.2 Broadening the Concept of the Political: Politics is More Than Party Politics -- 4.3 Broadening the Concept of Investment: Invest Politically -- 4.4 Legitimacy: Respect the Primacy of the Political -- 4.5 Concepts of Social Responsibility -- 4.5.1 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Currently the Leading Concept -- 4.5.2 Other Established Concepts
  • 4.5.3 More Recent Concepts: Political Responsibility Is Becoming More Important -- 4.6 CPR: The Next Big Thing -- 4.6.1 CPR in the Context of Other Concepts -- 4.6.2 From Taking a Stance to Political Branding -- 4.7 The Advantages of Taking a Stance, or CPR as a Business Case -- 4.7.1 Differentiation and Purpose of a Brand -- 4.7.2 Responsibility for the Political Order as a Condition for Entrepreneurial Success -- 4.7.3 Attitude and Practical Wisdom -- 4.7.4 Strategic Added Value -- 4.7.5 What CPR Means for the Public Affairs Industry -- 4.7.6 The Advantages of CPR in a Nutshell -- References
  • Part III: Implementing a Stance: Political Branding -- 5: Creating the Political Brand -- 5.1 What Is a Brand? And What Is Its Political Dimension? -- 5.2 Taking Stock: Identify ̀Loose Endś -- 5.3 Developing the Brand Essence: The ̀S̀trength Filter Method́́ -- References -- 6: Managing the Political Brand -- 6.1 Leadership through CEO Activism -- 6.2 Creating Internal Support Through Mainstreaming -- 6.3 Companies as Focal Institutions of Social Learning -- 6.4 Sustainable Development Goals -- 6.5 The Honorable Merchant -- 6.6 The CPR Fields of Action -- 6.6.1 Responsible Lobbying
ISBN
  • 9783662621226
  • 3662621223
  • 9783662621219 (canceled/invalid)
LCCN
10.1007/978-3-662-62122-6
Author
Bohnen, Johannes.
Title
Corporate political responsibility : how businesses can strengthen democracy for mutual benefit / Johannes Bohnen.
Imprint
Berlin : Springer, 2021.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
computer
Type of Carrier
online resource
Series
Future of Business and Finance
Future of business and finance.
Reproduction
Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web.
Source of description
Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed January 14, 2021).
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Original 3662621215 9783662621219
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10.1007/978-3-662-62122-6 doi
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