Dirk Matten
Dirk Matten
Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto
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‘Implicit’and ‘Explicit’CSR: A conceptual framework for understanding CSR in Europe
D Matten, J Moon
The University of Nottingham. Nottingham University Business School …, 2004
Business ethics
A Crane, D Matten
Oxford University Press, USA, 2007
Corporate citizenship: Toward an extended theoretical conceptualization
D Matten, A Crane
Academy of Management review 30 (1), 166-179, 2005
Business ethics: Managing corporate citizenship and sustainability in the age of globalization
A Crane, D Matten
Oxford University Press, 2010
The Oxford handbook of corporate social responsibility
D Crane, Andrew, McWilliams, Abagail: Matten, J Moon, D Siegel
Oxford Handbooks, 2008
Corporate social responsibility and institutional theory: New perspectives on private governance
S Brammer, G Jackson, D Matten
Socio-economic review 10 (1), 3-28, 2012
Behind the mask: Revealing the true face of corporate citizenship
D Matten, A Crane, W Chapple
Journal of business ethics 45 (1), 109-120, 2003
Contesting the Value of the Shared Value Concept
A Crane, G Palazzo, LJ Spence, D Matten
California Management Review 56, 2, 2014
Contesting the value of “creating shared value”
A Crane, G Palazzo, LJ Spence, D Matten
California management review 56 (2), 130-153, 2014
Corporate social responsibility
D Matten, J Moon
Journal of business Ethics 54 (4), 323-337, 2004
Can corporations be citizens? Corporate citizenship as a metaphor for business participation in society
J Moon, A Crane, D Matten
Business ethics quarterly 15 (3), 429-453, 2005
Corporate social responsibility: Readings and cases in a global context
A Crane, D Matten, L Spence
Routledge, 2019
The A to Z of corporate social responsibility
W Visser, D Matten, M Pohl, N Tolhurst
John Wiley & Sons, 2010
Corporations and citizenship: Business, responsibility and society
A Crane, D Matten, J Moon
Cambridge University Press, 2008
An institution of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in multi-national corporations (MNCs): Form and implications
K Bondy, J Moon, D Matten
Journal of business ethics 111 (2), 281-299, 2012
Stakeholders as citizens? Rethinking rights, participation, and democracy
A Crane, D Matten, J Moon
Journal of Business Ethics 53 (1), 107-122, 2004
Employee volunteering and social capital: Contributions to corporate social responsibility
JN Muthuri, D Matten, J Moon
British Journal of Management 20 (1), 75-89, 2009
The adoption of voluntary codes of conduct in MNCs: A three‐country comparative study
K Bondy, D Matten, J Moon
Business and Society Review 109 (4), 449-477, 2004
The business firm as a political actor: A new theory of the firm for a globalized world
AG Scherer, G Palazzo, D Matten
Business & society 53 (2), 143-156, 2014
Introduction to the special issue: Globalization as a challenge for business responsibilities
AG Scherer, G Palazzo, D Matten
Business Ethics Quarterly 19 (3), 327-347, 2009
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