A Collection of articles from the ABM archive
Corporate social responsibility has emerged as a major field of inquiry in business and management. While much of this research has taken place in the context of Western economies, there is a substantial body of works exploring how CSR manifests itself in Asia and how local contingencies, such as institutional differences, affect CSR behaviors and outcomes. Accordingly, a recent review by Kim and Moon (2015, see below) found more than 600 articles on CSR in Asia published between 2000 and 2014.
Asian Business & Management has a long-standing interest in the topic, starting with a piece by Kanji Tanimoto in 2004. To make the insights of these works more widely visible and available, we have brought them together in this Virtual Collection. While especially the later articles provide general theoretical insights into CSR and its contingencies, we present them by main geography studied.
Michael A. Witt
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Asia: an ABM Collection: Table of Contents
Reviews and General Articles