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Corporate social responsibility – who really benefits?

February 6, 2017

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Anders Örtenblad examines the sometimes unintended consequences of being ‘good’.

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Taking Corporate Citizenship Seriously – by Jeremy Moon

January 29, 2015

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Elgarblog: Taking Corporate Citizenship Seriously

How and why should corporations take their social responsibilities seriously? Professor Jeremy Moon explains.*

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CSR in Africa: be part of it! – by Laura J. Spence

February 13, 2014

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Flamingo migration

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Last month, the Second Biennial African Academy of Management Conference was held in Botswana. The theme: Sustainable Development in Africa through Management Theory, Research and Practice.  Professor of Business Ethics and Director of CRIS at Royal Holloway, Laura Spence, reflected on how the conference has enhanced her understanding of social responsibility recently on the Crane and Matten blog.


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Exploring the Concept of Sustainable Business – by Geoffrey Wells

April 9, 2013

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Sustainable building

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Recent surveys of international CEOs confirm that companies increasingly see sustainability as critical to their business strategy.  But what exactly is ‘sustainable business’? Geoffrey Wells explores the history of the concept, explaining that in today’s society there is an acceptance that a firm’s responsibility extends beyond its formally regulated boundaries.  In addition to economic, environmental and social dimensions, social justice and human rights are also becoming increasingly important considerations.

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