RETHINKING BUSINESS RESPONSIBILITY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT
Bodo B. Schlegelmilch and Ilona Szőcs
Rethinking Business Responsibility in a Global Context: Challenges to Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability and Ethics explores modern-day issues in global corporate social responsibility (CSR), keeping in view both the scholarly and practical viewpoints. In four parts, the book articulates the relationship between sustainable development goals (SDGs) and corporate social responsibility by examining various perspectives and case studies globally and blends them with the latest academic knowledge on corporate social responsibility, sustainability, ethics and governance. The authors present regional viewpoints and insights from all over the world on the challenges and impediments in making CSR policies. The stress has been on rethinking the role of innovative management concepts, i.e., corporate social responsibility, corporate governance and sustainability management. The book presents a comprehensive analysis of the latest theoretical and empirical research and offers feasible concepts for sustainable business strategies.
Bodo B. Schlegelmilch and Ilona Szőcs (eds). Rethinking Business Responsibility in a Global Context: Challenges to Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability and Ethics. Cham: Springer, 2020.
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