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Submitting a Proposal Your Contacts. How corporate responsibility is managed Understanding what companies want from corporate responsibility Qualities of good corporate responsibility management Structuring the corporate responsibility function Corporate responsibility as strategy The business case for corporate responsibility 7. Mega-trends affecting corporate responsibility Embedding and integrating corporate responsibility Transition and transformation The role of business in society.
Higher Education Skip to main content. The origins of corporate responsibility Introduction Three eras of responsibility Theories of corporate responsibility 3. Definitions of corporate responsibility Corporate governance A framework for understanding corporate responsibility Values motivation Limitations of corporate responsibility frameworks 2. Request an Inspection Copy. Mick BlowfieldAlan Murray.
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Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. Part 3 Impact critics and future of corporate responsibility. University of South Australia Library. A brief history of business as development agent Theories of development The business-poverty framework Business as a cause of poverty Business as poverty’s victim Business as solution Assessing the business response Features of managing poverty Business’ impact on development 5. In a world where prosperity is measured in terms of economic growth, the pressure on business to maximise profits whilst also being held publically accountable for its social and environmental record, continues to increase.
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New examples of actual business practice include: Increased reference to business practices in the BRIC countries including, for example, the challenges faced by Google during their interactions with the Chinese government over censorship of information. Responsibiility corporate responsibility 2: Reviews ‘The content is strong, relevant, and well crafted. Socially responsible investment They offer comprehensive coverage of the subject, combining an insightful, interdisciplinary, approach with the pedagogy and support sought after by students.
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Taking a critical approach, this text examines the origins, meanings, and differing perspectives on corporate responsibility. Coverage of the problems in developing governance mechanisms for companies whose activities cross national boundaries.
Google and their struggles with the Chinese government over censorship; Trafigura and their illegal dumping oftoxic waste; and Proctor and Gamble and their charitable work to provide clean water to poor communities.