The Technologies Of Social Responsibility or Myth Made Reality: The Lafarge Case Study
Moquet, Anne-Catherine; Pezet, Anne (2005), The Technologies Of Social Responsibility or Myth Made Reality: The Lafarge Case Study, Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference, 2005-05, New York, États-Unis
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference titleCritical Perspectives on Accounting Conference
Conference cityNew York
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Abstract (EN)Society’s requirements concerning corporate social responsibility focus on the transparency and harmlessness of corporate activities: a factory or a quarry must be invisible, odorless, and noiseless. Firms must show that they respect these requirements in order to gain legitimacy. They must change invisibility into visibility, and track and materialize flows of legitimacy between stakeholders and themselves.
Subjects / Keywordscorporate social responsability; Sustainable development; Institutional theory
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