Registration will open on Monday 16th September for confirmed participants. Please contact the organisers by Friday 13th September to submit your paper and/or signal your interest.
Microfoundations of Corporate Social Responsibility: Consolidating and bridging the sociological and psychological perspectives
CSR scholarship has shifted from its interest in macro levels of analysis to more micro levels of analysis for a deeper understanding of the microfoundations of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) or ‘micro-CSR’ in recent years (Aguinis & Glavas, 2012; Gond et al., 2017; Gond & Moser, 2019). This micro-turn in CSR has largely focused on individuals and their actions based on two distinct streams of research: the psychological and the sociological microfoundations of CSR (Gond & Moser, 2019). This workshop aims to provide a platform for the small but actively emerging academic community of micro-CSR and support the development of impactful micro-CSR papers. We welcome various methodologies (quantitative, qualitative, QCA/fsQCA, and mixed method) as well as various levels of analysis (the intra-organisational, inter-individual, intra-individual level, and multiple levels of analysis). This workshop can offer an opportunity for researchers (including both early career scholars and Ph.D. students) who work within the micro-CSR at different levels to present their ongoing work, to share methodological and ontological challenges and opportunities, and to develop their ideas through extensive feedback from leading scholars in the field.
Coffee refreshments will be provided.
File Attachments: 2019_CSR_Workshop
Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row
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