Corporate Business Responsibility
Corporate Environmental Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility
Edited By Justin O'Brien
November 28, 2009
The 2008/9 crisis in global commercial debt markets exposed glaring deficiencies in corporate and regulatory operational and strategic risk management systems. This collection provides an overview of how narrow conceptions of responsibility in corporate law, organizational practice and regulatory ...
Edited By Neil Gunningham
November 20, 2009
Traditionally, industry has been accused of sacrificing sustainable development in the pursuit of short-term profit. Yet today, under the banner of Corporate Environmental Responsibility (CER), a growing number of business organizations are claiming to be part of the solution rather than part of ...
By Mark S. Schwartz, Wesley Cragg
December 14, 2009
The essays in this volume examine the emergence of the concept of corporate social responsibility, and the uses that have been made of the language of corporate responsibility to explore the business/society relationship. The first section traces the emergence of the concept of corporate social ...
By David Mollica, Tom Campbell
November 28, 2009
Sustainability is one of the key concepts underlying our thinking about corporate responsibilities, particularly with respect to the environment and inter-generational justice, but also in relation to corporate governance and the long-term economic viability. The advantages of the discourse of ...
Edited By Tom D. Campbell
December 23, 2009
It is now generally recognized that corporations have ethical obligations that go beyond their legal responsibilities, and that these obligations are owed to a range of ’stakeholders’ other than their own shareholders, such as employees, suppliers, customers, local communities and disadvantaged ...