Andrew Crane mainly investigates Public relations, Corporate social responsibility, Business ethics, Stakeholder and Context. He interconnects New business development, Marketing, Politics and Identity in the investigation of issues within Public relations. The various areas that Andrew Crane examines in his Marketing study include Corporation, Compliance, Value, Creating shared value and Popularity.
His work carried out in the field of Corporate social responsibility brings together such families of science as Citizenship, Corporate governance, Accounting and Element. His study in Corporate governance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Globalization and Law and economics. Andrew Crane has included themes like Information ethics, Nursing ethics, Accountability and Applied ethics in his Business ethics study.
Andrew Crane spends much of his time researching Public relations, Corporate social responsibility, Citizenship, Business ethics and Stakeholder. His study explores the link between Public relations and topics such as Marketing that cross with problems in Morality. His Corporate social responsibility study incorporates themes from Social responsibility, Corporate governance and Politics.
His Citizenship study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Law and economics, Corporation, Power and Public administration. Andrew Crane combines subjects such as Engineering ethics and Information ethics with his study of Business ethics. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Stakeholder, concentrating on Democracy and frequently concerns with Accountability.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public relations, Corporate social responsibility, Supply chain, Sustainability and Field. His work on Stakeholder and Organizational culture as part of general Public relations research is frequently linked to Communication theory, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Stakeholder research incorporates elements of Research design and Creating shared value.
Andrew Crane combines Corporate social responsibility and Formative assessment in his studies. His Supply chain research includes themes of Intermediary, Corporate governance and Social sustainability. The Field study combines topics in areas such as Phenomenon, Accounting, Engineering ethics and State.
Public relations, Corporate social responsibility, Sustainability, General partnership and Cross sector are his primary areas of study. His Stakeholder and Organizational culture study in the realm of Public relations connects with subjects such as Communication theory and Ecological environment. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Relation, Sensemaking and Audit.
His Sustainability research includes elements of Regional science, Accounting and Field. His General partnership research incorporates themes from Business ethics, Impact assessment and Framing. His Business ethics research integrates issues from Multidisciplinary approach and Engineering ethics.
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Business Ethics: Managing Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability in the Age of Globalization
Andrew Crane;Dirk Matten.
Corporate Citizenship: Toward an Extended Theoretical Conceptualization
Dirk Matten;Andrew Crane.
Academy of Management Review (2005)
The Oxford Handbook Of Corporate Social Responsibility
Andrew Crane;Abagail McWilliams;Abagail McWilliams;Dirk Matten;Jeremy Moon.
Behind the mask: Revealing the true face of corporate citizenship
Dirk Matten;Andrew Crane;Wendy Chapple.
Journal of Business Ethics (2003)
Green marketing: legend, myth, farce or prophesy?
Kenneth John Peattie;Andrew Crane.
Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal (2005)
Contesting the value of "creating shared value"
Andrew Crane;Guido Palazzo;Laura J. Spence;Dirk Matten.
California Management Review (2014)
Can Corporations Be Citizens? Corporate Citizenship as a Metaphor for Business Participation in Society
Jeremy Moon;Andrew Crane;Dirk Matten.
Business Ethics Quarterly (2005)
Corporate Social Responsibility Readings and Cases in a Global Context
Andrew Crane;Dirk Matten;Laura J. Spence.
Corporate Social Responsibility in a Global Context
Andrew Crane;Dirk Matten;Laura J. Spence.
Social Science Research Network (2013)
Implementing CSR Through Partnerships: Understanding the Selection, Design and Institutionalisation of Nonprofit-Business Partnerships
Maria May Seitanidi;Andrew Crane.
Journal of Business Ethics (2009)
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