Sub-theme 46: Reassembling Management Ethics and CSR

Bobby Banerjee, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Hervé Corvellec, Lund University, Sweden
Martin Fougère, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, A-304 – Aalto School of Economics
Ethical Discourse and Moralization
Chair: Martin Fougère
Iain Munro
Fashioning the 'active' ethical subject: An inquiry into activist forms of ethical subjectification
Marjo Siltaoja
Towards a responsible employee: Responsibilization and management of ethics in organizational discourse
Emma Jeanes
'Doing the right thing': The disciplining effects of ethical discourse
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, A-304 – Aalto School of Economics
CSR in Question(s)
Chair: Hervé Corvellec
Alexandre Faria, Ana Guedes and Yuna Fontoura
A critical state-based analysis of corporate social responsibility
Heidi Herlin and Nikodemus Solitander
Corporate social responsibility as a relief from ethical reasoning
Jukka Rintamäki
Conflicts and contradictions in corporate social responsibility discourse: A critical discourse perspective on CSR rhetoric in environmentally conscious mainstream print media
Christa Uusi-Rauva
"We provide good customer service" – The extent of banks' social responsibility towards customers?
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, A-304 – Aalto School of Economics
Neocolonial Exploitation and Postcolonial Voices
Chair: Bobby Banerjee
Helio Irigaray, Sylvia Vergara and Marcio Santos
Corporate social responsibility discourse and practices: Voices from the backyard
Claudine Grisard and Vivien Blanchet
"Poor people are like bonsai trees": Postcolonial stigmatization in social business
Esther Hennchen
Corporate political responsibility in a globalized world: The case of Royal Dutch Shell in Nigeria
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, A-304 – Aalto School of Economics
The E in CSR
Chair: Hervé Corvellec
Tobias Goessling and Sabine Matejek
Beyond legitimacy. A case study in BP's "Green Narratives"
Celine Berrier-Lucas
The environmental dimension of CSR: Howard Bowen's blackout?
Tommy Jensen and Annika Skoglund
The professionalization of ethics in IPCC – An ecologization of responsibility in times of uncertainty
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, A-304 – Aalto School of Economics
The H in CSR
Chair: Martin Fougère
Peter Fleming and Gerard Hanlon
CSR and the employee: An analysis of the ideological component of management ethics
Dan Kärreman and Jana Costas
Conscience as control: Managing employees through CSR
Eric Faÿ, Philippe Riot and Fred Seidel
Reimagining responsibility from the real of work. Perspectives from Henry’s phenomenology
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, A-304 – Aalto School of Economics
Angst, Agon & Agency
Chair: Bobby Banerjee
Maximiliane Haut
No fear, no ethics?
Heidi Hirsto, Johanna Moisander and Merja Porttikivi
Online discussion forums as sites of secondary stakeholder politics: Politicizing the corporation through discursive struggle
Sandrine Blanc
Worker's moral agency in contemporary capitalism
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, A-304 – Aalto School of Economics
Improving CSR?
Chair: Bobby Banerjee, Hervé Corvellec and Martin Fougère
Thomas Roulet and Yuliya Shymko
A deontological approach to corporate social responsibility: Is "why be good?" the wrong question to ask?
Nicolas Arnaud, Jean-Luc Castro and Mickaël Naulleau
Can ethical leadership entail ethical downsizing? A discussion on ethics-CSR relationships based on the biggest downsizing realized in France in 2009
Pasi Heikkurinen
Strategic corporate responsibility: A theory review and reconsideration of the conventional perspective