Thank you to our Masters for two days of provocative and insightful posts on what the Chick-fil-A controversy means for the current state of corporate social responsibility.
The complete set of posts in the forum can be viewed here.
For those of you looking for weekend reading, here is a (tiny) sample of very recent writings by scholars with a history of provocative writing on the field of CSR:
- Chris Bruner’s article Conceptions of Corporate Purpose in Post-Crisis Financial Firms; and
- Ian Lee’s chapter “The Role of Public Interest in Corporate Law” in the brand new Research Handbook on the Economics of Corporate Law (edited by Claire Hill and our very own Conglomerate Master, Brett McDonnell)
Claire and Brett’s new volume also includes contributions on “Corporate Constituencies” by Stephen Bainbridge, Margaret Blair, Chuck Whitehead, and our current Master Matt Bodie, as well as our own Gordon Smith.
There is a lot more good stuff in the Handbook – including chapters by Lisa Fairfax and our current Master Steven Davidoff. Congratulations to Claire, Brett, and their contributors!
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