The purpose of this thesis is to explore the process of diffusion of corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices in food and beverage multinational corporations (MNCs) operating in Indonesia. It aims to understand antecedents and determinants of MNCs' CSR behaviours in Indonesia by highlighting three social dimensions. First, it explores the effect of organisational dynamics in MNC management (organisational dynamics). Second, and drawing from institutional theory, the study explores institutional aspects affecting MNC subsidiaries' CSR decision-making in Indonesia (institutional context). Third, it explores the attitudes of employees toward CSR (CSR-employee-fit) in terms of company CSR practices and their own personal values.
Table of ContentsChapter 1. General introduction -- Chapter 2. Research methodology and reflection : a review -- Chapter 3. Corporate social responsibility in emerging economies : a review -- Chapter 4. Corporate social responsibility diffusion in multinational subsidiaries in Indonesia : organisational dynamics and institutional effects -- Chapter 5. Corporate social responsibility diffusion : a complexity of internal legitimacy in multinational subsidiaries operating in Indonesia -- Chapter 6. Employee-corporate social responsibility fit : social adaptation and its implications for work environment and outcomes -- Chapter 7. Conclusion and closing remarks
NotesBibliography: leaves 146-170
Thesis by publication.
Awarding InstitutionMacquarie University
Degree TypeThesis PhD
DegreePhD, Macquarie University, Macquarie Graduate School of Management
Department, Centre or SchoolMacquarie Graduate School of Management
Year of Award2014
Principal SupervisorKyle Bruce
Additional Supervisor 1Siti Adiprigandari Adiwoso
RightsCopyright Melia Famiola Hariadi 2014.
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Extent1 online resource (xvi, 245 leaves) colour illustrations