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Increased debates and scrutiny over Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainable Development (SD) has resulted in a greater number of organizations subscribing to CSR and SD principles. To assist with the operationalization of CSR and SD, the International Organization for...
The strategy and experience of the Council for Socially Responsible Investment in New Zealand promoting socially and environmentally responsible investment (SRI) is described and discussed. Issues the Council has faced included public accessibility to good information, definitions of SRI,...
The limitations of market based systems yield a basis for comparing HSM and CSR, whilst placing them relative to other variants of capitalism. In order to meet the full set of criteria for social responsiveness and ethicality, all the “variants” would have to be augmented in such as way that...
In recent years many studies on intellectual capital measurement and reporting systems (ICMRSs) have been carried out. In this paper, a longitudinal case study, of a multi-utility Italian company, Aimag S.p.A., is illustrated. The case shows that ICMRS cannot be simply considered an accounting...
Both Japan and Korea have suffered painful economic recession and a series of corporate misconducts and scandals over the last decade. In the meantime, people's interests in business ethics and corporate social responsibility have remarkably increased. This study examines (1) Japanese and Korean...
Education and entrepreneurship are the main enabling conditions for future change. Institutions of higher education should function as role-models of sustainability, with fairness in their own social policies and economic interactions. They should be active in the development of sustainable...
Corporate governance has been one of the major issues studied by academicians in management and economics. Recent problems faced by various companies in certain economic systems forced the widespread adoption and implementation of corporate governance logic and principles by various types of...
Business firms have been addressing concerns raised by management scholars and social activists regarding the social responsibilities of business firms in the last 50 years. Yet, many companies and business executives frame the issue in the language of discretionary donations or acts of charity....
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