Cultural and leadership predictors of corporate social responsibility values of top management: a GLOBE study of 15 countries
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AbstractThis paper examines cultural and leadership variables associated with corporate social responsibility values that managers apply to their decision- making. In this longitudinal study, we analyze data from 561 firms located in 15 countries on five continents to illustrate how the cultural dimensions of institutional collectivism and power distance predict social responsibility values on the part of top management team members. CEO visionary leadership and integrity were also uniquely predictive of such values.
All Author(s) ListWaldman DA, de Luque MS, Washburn N, House RJ, Adetoun B, Barrasa A, Bobina M, Bodur M, Chen YJ, Debbarma S, Dorfman P, Dzuvichu RR, Evcimen I, Fu PP, Grachev M, Duarte RG, Gupta V, Den Hartog DN, de Hoogh AHB, Howell J, Jone KY, Kabasakal H, Konrad E, Koopman PL, Lang R, Lin CC, Liu J, Martinez B, Munley AE, Papalexandris N, Peng TK, Prieto L, Quigley N, Rajasekar J, Rodriguez FG, Steyrer J, Tanure B, Thierry H, Thomas VM, van den Berg PT, Wilderom CPM
Journal nameJournal of International Business Studies
Year2006
Month11
Day1
Volume Number37
Issue Number6
PublisherPALGRAVE MACMILLAN LTD
Pages823 - 837
ISSN0047-2506
eISSN1478-6990
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordsculture; leadership; values : corporate social responsibility
Web of Science Subject CategoriesBusiness; BUSINESS; Business & Economics; Management; MANAGEMENT

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