This book contains 8 original lectures on Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility delivered in Melbourne, Australia, between September and October 2015 to business leaders, universities, and professionals.
Richard Williams surveys the history of the cooperative movement from its modern origins in the 18th century and deals with the theory of cooperation, as contrasted with the 'Standard Economic Model', based on competition.
This book contains academic content along with practical contributions, developed by those serving as consultants or working in organizations specialising in corporate reputation and its management or recovery.
This book walks readers through the demanding task of properly executing an impact investment strategy, providing solutions to some of the most vexing challenges that arise when investing for both financial return and social impact.
Case studies of several types of products--wood and paper, food, apparel and footwear, and electronics--are used to reveal what lies behind voluntary rules and to critique predominant assumptions about ethical consumption as a form of political expression.
Author, Joseph Weiss, integrates a stakeholder perspective with an issues-oriented approach so students look at how a business's actions affect not just share price and profit but the well-being of employees, customers, suppliers, the local community, the larger society, other nations, and the environment.