Richard Marens

Peer Reviewed Refereed Journal Articles

Marens, R. (2013). “Calling in a Debt: Government's Role in Creating the Capacity for Explicit Corporate Social Responsibility”. Business and Society Review, 18, 143-169. [Accepted: December 2012, Published: April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 2013, Submitted: October 2012]

Marens, R. (2013). “What Comes Around: The Early 20th Century American Roots of Legitimating Corporate Social Responsibility”. Organization/Sage, 20, 454-476. [Accepted: October 2012, Published: April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 2013, Submitted: May 2012]

Marens, R. (2012). We don't need you anymore:  corporate social responsibilities, executive class interests, and solving Mizruchi's puzzle. Seattle University Law Review, 35(4), 1189-1225. [Accepted: April 2012, Published: July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2012, Submitted: December 2011]

Marens, R. (2011). Speaking Platitudes to Power: Observing Business Ethics in an Age of Institutional Turmoil. Journal of Business Ethics, 94, 239-253.

Marens, R. (in press). Generous in victory? American managerial autonomy, labor relations and the invention of corporate social responsibility. To appear in Socio-Economic Review.

Marens, R. (2010). Destroying the Village to Save it: Corporate Social Responsibility, Labor Relations, and the Rise and Fall of American Hegemony. Organization, 17(6), 743-766.

Marens, R. (2008). End of the Line? Community, Catholicism, and the Treaty of Detroit. Perspectives on Work/IRRA, 12(1), 43-45.

 

Other Intellectual Contributions

Marens, R. (in press). The Second Time Farce: Business School Ethics and the Emergence of "Bastard Rawlsianism". Oxford: Osford Handbook of Sociology, Social Theory, and Organizational Studiens: Contemporary Currents.

Marens, R. (2009). Returning to the Consequential: Evolution and the Focus of Business and Society. Chicago: Academy of Management Meeting.

Marens, R. (2009). Speaking Platitudes to Power: Observing Business Ethics in an Age of Institutional Turmoil. Chicago: Society of Business Ethics Conference.

Updated 11/1/13