Sub-theme 16: Critical Perspectives on Management Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Bobby Banerjee, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Thomas Klikauer, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Hervé Corvellec, Lund University, Sweden
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:45, H-E44
General Approaches to Ethics
Chair: Bobby Banerjee
Thomas Diefenbach
Immoral managers or immoral organisations?
Tobias Goessling
We are so responsible, forget about business ethics!
Ville-Pekka Sorsa and Jukka Mäkinen
Is corporate social responsibility good for democracy?
Discussants: Claudia Groß and Martin Fougère

Bobby Banerjee, Thomas Klikauer and Hervé Corvellec will first provide a 10-minutes introduction to the sub-theme.
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, H-E44
Value(s), Consent and Communication
Chair: Thomas Klikauer
Claudia Groß, Johanna Moisander and Beate van der Heijden
Values-based HRM as a technology of government: An ethical examination of values-based HRM at a high-commitment organization
Sven Helin, Tommy Jensen and Johan Sandström
Guns and doves: Rejecting the separation thesis in dialogue with shut down stakeholders
Martin Fougère and Nikodemus Solitander
From sinners to preachers: UN global compact corporate communications on Progress as confessional and promotional practices
Discussants: Tobias Goessling and Thomas Diefenbach
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, H-E44
Governance, Deconstruction & Corruption
Chair: Hervé Corvellec
Jennifer Adelstein and Stewart Clegg
Governance: The space between expectations of compliance and custom
Joanne Cook and Jon Burchell
Deconstructing the Myths of Employer Sponsored Volunteering Schemes
Thomas Taro Lennerfors and Eric Breit
Reassembling anti-corruption as CSR: Exploring the dominant and marginalised discourses
Discussants: Marian Eabrasu and Assâad El Akremi
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 11:00, H-E44
General Approaches to CSR
Chair: Bobby Banerjee
Hélio Irigaray, Sylvia Vergara, Marcio Santos and Alexandre Nicolini
Corporate social responsibility: What you see is what you get
Assâad El Akremi, Ines Dhaouadi, Jacques Igalens and Olivier Herrbach
Corporate social responsibility and governmentality: An analysis of power effects of CSR discourse and practices
Raymond Loveridge
Corporate social responsibility and the rise of discursive coalitions: Reputational trope or regulatory trend?
Marian Eabrasu
An inquiry into the meaning of doing-good in CSR
Discussants: Joanne Cook and Eric Breit
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 16:00, H-E44
CSR in Contexts
Chair: Thomas Klikauer
Ignacio Concha-Ferreira
Making the disabled able – Employability in the age of activity and corporate social responsibility
Rami Kaplan
Why CSR has not been institutionalized? The historical triumph and 'defensive' over progressive CSR in the United States
Merja Porttikivi and Johanna Moisander
Discursive struggle over CSR – (De-)Legitimation of executive compensation in online public sphere
Marc Lenglet, Laurence Gialdini, Marie-Hélène Bihr and Diane Girard
A very thin responsibility. Challenging business ethics and CSR discourses in the financial industry
Adrián Pablo Zicari and Adrián Pablo Zicari
The forgotten issue in CSR. Why corporate tax issues are virtually absent in the CSR debate
Discussants: Rajiv Maher and Vivien Blanchet
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, H-E44
Organizations, Fair Trade and International Development
Chair: Hervé Corvellec
Vivien Blanchet
The two faces of Janus: A postcolonial approach of the fair trade ambivalence
Birgitta Schwartz
Is fair trade a fair tool for implementing CSR in different contexts?
Rajiv Maher and Webb Kernaghan
How identity affects divergent stakeholder perspectives in a developing country context: A CSR mining case study from Chile
Discussants: Adrián Zicari and Rami Kaplan
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, H-E44
Joint Panel Discussion, together with sub-theme 20