While corporate social responsibility in the European Union seems to serve as a complement to lobbying, in the US the relationship seems to be one of substitution. Patrick Bernhagen, Kelly Kollman, and Natalka Patsiurko write that companies’ non-market strategies are shaped by their material interests and profit-seeking behaviour and the appropriate strategies to pursue these interests vary according to institutional incentives and prevailing norms.
Patrick BernhagenProf. Dr.
Leitung Sowi I
Studiendekan für Sozialwissenschaften