Essays about: "corporate hypocrisy"

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  1. 1. To be or not to be…green, that is the question

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Zikang Chen; Anna Mellin; Ivelina Petkova; [2022]
    Keywords : Corporate branding; green brand culture; green brand image; green shared vision; green corporate branding; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Purpose: To explore the roles of brand culture, brand image and brand vision in the context of “green” corporate brands, and identify pitfalls when these elements are not aligned. Methodology: Qualitative research method using primary data (interviews with former and current employees) and secondary data. READ MORE

  2. 2. Secret sustainability: A case study of why a company might go silent with its green achievements

    University essay from Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för företagande och ledning

    Author : Antonia Alan; Jenny Trolläng; [2022]
    Keywords : Greenhushing; Green Blushing; Green Communication; Green Marketing; Corporate Social Responsibility;

    Abstract : Greenhushing is acknowledged as a growing concerning behavior referring to when companies deliberately avoid communicating their green achievements. Thus, while companies do substantial work within sustainability, these efforts are strategically or involuntarily not communicated, but why? The research field on greenhushing remains nascent, and scholars have inadequately explained why greenhushing occurs, particularly has previous literature overlooked the strategic perspective and company- specific circumstances. READ MORE

  3. 3. Licence to Talk : Sustainability Managers and their Managerial Realities within the Corporate Sustainability Paradox

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Mounia El hajjari Borg; Elin Sundberg; [2021]
    Keywords : Sustainability managers; sustainability-dedicated professionals; sustainable development; sustainable management; corporate sustainability; corporate paradox; CSR; stakeholders; governance; sustainability strategies; communication; strategic communication; sustainability reporting; non-financial disclosure; private sector in Sweden; paradox approach; paradox perspective; business case; social and environmental responsibility; organizations; multinationals; MNC; Nils Brunsson; organizational theory; organizational hypocrisy; neo-institutionalism; organizational individuals; organizational tension on the individual level; decision-making; action; business operations; isomorphism; institutional logics; market logics; reporting frameworks; GRI; global reporting initiative; walk the talk; change making; change agent; systemic change; behaviour and human resources; identity work; organizational sociology; legitimacy; organizational external and internal pressures.; Hållbarhetschefer; hållbarhetsrelaterade roller; hållbar utveckling; hållbar ledning; hållbarhet; paradox; CSR; intressenter; styrning; hållbarhetsstrategier; kommunikation; strategisk kommunikation; hållbarhetsrapportering; icke-finansiell information; privat sektor i Sverige; paradox perspektiv; affärsstrategi; socialt och miljöansvar; organisationer; multinationella företag; MNC; Nils Brunsson; organisationsteori; organizational hypocrisy; hyckleri; neo-institutionalism; organisatoriska individer; individnivå; beslutsfattande; affärsverksamhet; isomorfism; institutionell logik; marknadslogik; rapporteringsramverk; GRI; global reporting initiativ; walk the talk; förändringsarbete; förändringsagent; systemförändring; beteende och mänskliga resurser; identitetsarbete; organisatorisk sociologi; legitimitet; externa och interna påtryckningar.;

    Abstract : While sustainability-dedicated managers and related titles represent a profession that has hardly existed for more than a decade, it is not surprising that the field of research concentrating on these professionals is in itself relatively new. With an increasing demand for corporations to take their social and environmental responsibility, and a corporate sustainability characterized by tension and paradox, we found it of importance to explore the role and entanglements of these professionals. READ MORE

  4. 4. "Who writes the rules on the internet?" - The conversation about Facebook in German news media between 2012 and 2021

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för strategisk kommunikation

    Author : Wencke de Vries; [2021]
    Keywords : Facebook; discourse analysis; strategic communication; corporate hypocrisy; perception; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Facebook is one of the most powerful internet companies worldwide with little to few alternatives on the market. With the power and size, scandals are part of the company’s history, and the public perception is ever-changing. READ MORE

  5. 5. Corporate Social Performance and Taxation: A Swedish Perspective

    University essay from Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för redovisning och finansiering

    Author : Erik Bergstrand; Fredrik Moregård; [2016]
    Keywords : CSR; Taxation; Corporate Hypocrisy; Corporate Social Performance; CSP;

    Abstract : In this thesis we investigate the correlation between the level of social responsibility of firms (CSP) and taxation. Further on, we study corporate hypocrisy regarding taxation in corporate social responsibility and the incentives for tax avoidance for high versus low performing CSP firms in an environment in which the corporate tax rate decreases. READ MORE