Baden, Denise, Meyer, Edgar and Tonne, Marianna
Which types of strategic corporate philanthropy lead to higher moral capital?
At 22nd Annual Meeting of the International Association for Business and Society (IABS) "Modern Slavery? Well Being in the 21st Century Workplace", United Kingdom.
23 - 26 Jun 2011.
The purpose of this research paper is to identify which types of corporate philanthropy (CP): cause-related marketing (CRM) or sponsorship, create higher moral capital under two conditions: proactive or reactive (following a scandal). Results showed that CP created higher moral capital for a proactive company than for a reactive company. Both CRM and sponsorship were perceived as more sincere in the proactive company than the reactive company. However, CRM was seen as self-serving in the reactive company, but not the proactive company. The study demonstrated that companies need to take into account the different types of CP, as it has an effect on their moral capital. Socially proactive firms should engage in both CRM and sponsorship philanthropy, as both types can generate high moral capital, which creates better company reputation. However, CP may not be the most effective or appropriate strategy for creating moral capital following negative publicity.
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|Venue - Dates:
||22nd Annual Meeting of the International Association for Business and Society (IABS) "Modern Slavery? Well Being in the 21st Century Workplace", United Kingdom, 2011-06-23 - 2011-06-26
||HRM and Organisational Behaviour
||22 Aug 2011 08:37
||18 Apr 2017 01:38
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