This study examines the institutional network structure of corporate social responsibility (CSR)-related stakeholders. Using two-mode network analyses, this study provides a broad picture of business strategies for hyperlink relationships in terms of CSR. It investigates (1) how CSR-related organizations are positioned in the global CSR system according to their organizational type and (2) which CSR missions are stressed in the CSR system. Results show that local non-profit organizations and intergovernmental and international organizations play key roles in the global CSR system. Among the CSR issues, environmental problems are pressing at the global level. Compared with the CSR system in other regions, in the American CSR system, the role of organizations whose mission is diversity is magnified.
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: May 15, 2014
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