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corporate social responsibility

Measuring and Disclosing Corporate Valuations of Impacts and Dependencies on Nature

Calibrating environmental impacts in financial terms provides novel insights.

Jakki J. Mohr et al.  
corporate social responsibility

Reassessing the Boundaries of Government

EU’s move to tax windfall profits of energy companies reflects the growing imperative and needs of the time.

Anup Srivastava et al.  
corporate social responsibility

The Regulation Revolution: How Firms Can Prepare for ESG Disclosure Requirements

Firms must ensure they are ready for rapidly approaching new ESG disclosure regulation.

Aideen O'Dochartaigh  
corporate social responsibility

You May Need to Change How You Manage Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Diversity, equity, and inclusion practices should target synergy from diversity to realize business case for diversity.

Daan Van Knippenberg  
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Why Patagonia's Founder Felt He had to Give His Company Away

There was no other way to maintain the company's environmentalist views & encourage enlightened capitalism.

James O'Toole  
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The Roundtable Statement — 3 Years Later

Has the Business Roundtable’s “Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation” resulted in increased Corporate Social Resp...

Shawn Pope et al.  
corporate social responsibility

Reinterpreting Adam Smith for Today’s Economy

Smith’s purpose of the corporation, to satisfy investors while carrying legal and moral responsibilities, is more imp...

David J. Teece et al.  
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Why “Think Globally, Act Locally” is a Dangerous Strategy for Emerging Markets

Foreign firms’ efforts to behave like locals may be counterproductive, costly, & expose executives to liability.

Gilbert Kofi Adarkwah  
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Is ESG Simply the Old CSR Wine in a New Bottle?

ESG initiatives will provide little social value if firms do not improve conditions that led CSR to fail.

Nives Dolsak et al.  
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Seven Innovative Ways in Which Companies are Changing CSR (and the World)

Whether self-serving or altruistic, companies' duty to contribute to society is becoming more and more expected.

Debbie Haski-Leventhal et al.  
corporate social responsibility

Modern Slavery in Global Supply Chains: The Impact of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened already terrible working conditions in many supply chains.

Cory Searcy et al.  
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The Rapid Rise and Fall of Biotech Stocks Adversely Impacts the Society

It affects the fortunes of the biotechnology sector as a whole and populations in need of healthcare solutions.

Vijay Govindarajan et al.  
corporate social responsibility

Follow the Money: Wall Street Drives the C-Suite and the Board to Embrace Diversity

There's now a higher level of focus on DEI in the C suite and the board room.

Mike Grandinetti  
corporate social responsibility

Beyond Corporate Social Opportunity: Turning Social Moments into Strategic Purpose

Economic & social shocks present opportunities to connect with people and create economic value.

Brian Bolton et al.  
corporate social responsibility

We Shall Overcome: Addressing a History of Inaction on DEI in Tech Startups & Venture Capital

Tech and VC firms may finally be getting serious about Diversity, Equality & Inclusion.

Mike Grandinetti  
corporate social responsibility

Unveiling and Brightening the Dark Side of Crowdfunding

While bright stories of crowdfunding are prominent, unethical behaviors and fraud are abundant.

Mokter Hossain et al.  
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Technology for Social Impact: Taking Stock of the Field, What is Working, and What is Not

While the social technology ecosystem is highly innovative, many efforts fail to achieve scale or impact.

Shashi Buluswar  
corporate social responsibility

Conscientious Organizations: How Business is Accelerating Toward a Fairer Future

This year presents an opportunity for organizations to seek greater purpose and fairness.

Nicholas Ind et al.  
corporate social responsibility

Who should care about the Facebook ad boycott?

More than 500 firms have committed to removing ads from Facebook.

Vasilis Theoharakis et al.  
corporate social responsibility

Friedman at 50: Is It Still the Social Responsibility of Business to Increase Profits?

As public institutions falter, business is now offering to step into the void. But corporate involvement in the publi...

California Management Review  
corporate social responsibility

The Benefits of Being an Earth-Friendly Business

Recent wildfires in Australia have further highlighted the need for rapid climate action.

David Salisbury  
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The False Dawn of Corporate Social Responsibility

The relative number of companies pursuing shareholder value remains high.

David Vogel  
corporate social responsibility

History Shows CEO’s Pledge to Serve all Constituencies Unlikely to Change Corporate Behavior

A group of CEOs recently pledged greater commitment to purposes beyond profit. But skeptics note that the pledge is s...

James O'Toole  
corporate social responsibility

The Young Guru Academy: Responsible Leadership as the Key to Corporate Success

The Young Guru Academy (YGA) is a nonprofit organization that promotes corporate social responsibility by challenging...

Nikolas Jintri  
corporate social responsibility

Burning Man: Social Responsibility in a Changing World

In a climate where demand for Corporate Social Responsibility continues to grow, can Burning Man keep up with demand ...

Priscila Aoki  
corporate social responsibility

Millennials and the Rising Demand for Corporate Social Responsibility

With a new generation of consumers that grew up with access to mass media, companies are under pressure to move beyon...

Kelsey Chong  

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