Responsible research and innovation set ; v. 7.
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Introduction; 1. Responsibility in Business and Enterprise; 1.1. Different notions of responsibility; 1.2. Legal responsibility; 1.2.1. Civil liability of companies and directors; 1.2.2. Criminal liability of physical and moral persons; 1.3. Structure and responsibility; 1.4. Corporate social responsibility; 1.4.1. Different definitions of CSR; 1.4.2. Different levels of "social" responsibility; 1.4.3. Tools for CSR; 1.5. Conclusion; 2. Justifications for Corporate Responsibility; 2.1. Social and legal responsibility 2.1.1. Shareholder rights and interests2.1.2. The company as a locus of responsibility; 2.2. Economic efficiency, financial performance and CSR; 2.2.1. Ethical principles and informational asymmetry; 2.2.2. Promoting profitable ethics; 2.2.3. Stakeholder interests and transaction costs; 2.2.4. The search for empirical correlation; 2.3. Explicitly normative justifications for responsibility; 2.4. Conclusion; 3. Innovation and Responsibility; 3.1. Defining innovation; 3.2. Corporate social responsibility and the promotion of innovation; 3.2.1. Innovation and classic forms of responsibility 3.2.2. CSR and innovation: scope and limitations3.3. The need for moral innovation; 3.3.1. Epistemological and moral innovation; 3.3.2. The financial crisis and the responsibility of theorists; 3.4. Responsible innovation; 3.4.1. Understandings of responsible innovation; 3.4.2. The conflict between innovation and responsibility; 3.5. Practices of responsible innovation; 3.5.1. Co-construction, participation and responsible innovation; 3.5.2. "Social" innovation; 3.6. Conclusion; 4. Responsibility as Virtue in Innovation; 4.1. Responsibility as virtue or care; 4.1.1. Broadening perspectives 4.1.2. Networks of interrelations as the basis for responsibility4.2. Responsibility and virtue in CSR; 4.2.1. "Moral capitalism"; 4.2.2. Determiners of moral reasoning; 4.3. Conclusion; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index; Other titles from iSTE in Cognitive Science and Knowledge Management; EULA.
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Print version: PELL, SOPHIE. BUSINESS, INNOVATION AND RESPONSIBILITY. [Place of publication not identified] : JOHN WILEY, 2017