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Part 1 The meaning and origins of corporate responsibility. Socially responsible investment In its journey from the margins to the mainstream, the idea of corporate responsibility has become a significant part of the business agenda.

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Check copyright status Cite this Title Corporate responsibility: The changing role of business over time is revealed as it strives to meet the challenges presented by financial, social, political, and environmental issues. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and blowfielx by publishing worldwide. The future of corporate responsibility.


A most comprehensive range of international examples are used throughout. The University of Melbourne Library. Description About the Author s Table of Contents Reviews Additional Resources Description Taking a critical approach, this text examines the origins, meanings, and differing perspectives on corporate responsibility. Taking a critical approach, this text an the origins, meanings, and differing perspectives on corporate responsibility. How corporate responsibility is managed 5.

The impact of corporate responsibility Managing and implementing corporate responsibility 4.

Corporate Responsibility

Request an Inspection Copy. An Online Resource Centre accompanies the text, comprising weblinks, new legislation, further reading, email listservs and links to courses for students, and case studies and essay questions for lecturers.

PART 1 The meaning and origins of corporate responsibility. Criticisms of corporate responsibility Adopts a critical approach, exploring the theories and drivers of corporate responsibility and how the subject has evolved and continues to do so.

Socially responsible investment Pt. Oxford University Press Amazon. Public Private login e. We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. University of South Australia Library.

Login to add to list. Discussion of the most recent scientific studies on resource depletion and the inclusion of new business models on sustainable bliwfield. Drawing on numerous case studies, theories, and perspectives, this textbook explores what corporate responsibility reveals about the changing role of business in the twenty-first century.

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Skip to content Skip to search. Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. Part 3 Impact critics and future of corporate responsibility. The third edition has been updated to reflect the full impact of the financial crisis and new examples of actual business practice have been presented throughout.


The authors take a My library Help Advanced Book Blowfielr. The University of Melbourne. The meaning and origins of corporate responsibility 1.

The University of Sydney. Michael BlowfieldAlan Murray. Detailed case studies with accompanying questions conclude each chapter, tying together the issues discussed and encouraging thoughtful reflection. Michael Blowfield is Senior Research Fellow at the Smith School of Enterprise and the 20088 where he researches business transformation in an era of climate change and resource constrained economies.

Published Oxford ; New York: Mjrray Online Resource Centre accompanying the book provides a selection of supporting resources for both students and lecturers. Includes bibliographical references pages [] and indexes.

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