Corporate Social Responsibility

Employers’ Engagement with Employment Services in Australia
Business and Management INK
August 15, 2023

Employers’ Engagement with Employment Services in Australia

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When the Right Thing to Do is Also the Wrong Thing: The Pandemic as a CSR Paradox
Business and Management INK
June 8, 2023

When the Right Thing to Do is Also the Wrong Thing: The Pandemic as a CSR Paradox

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Honoring a Prescient Look Corporate Social Responsibility
Announcements
May 25, 2023

Honoring a Prescient Look Corporate Social Responsibility

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Examining the Nexus of CSR Reporting and the Global Refugee Crisis
Business and Management INK
September 21, 2022

Examining the Nexus of CSR Reporting and the Global Refugee Crisis

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What’s Better—Broad or Focused Stakeholder Management?

What’s Better—Broad or Focused Stakeholder Management?

Not all corporate social responsibility is created equal, especially for firms focused on implementing it and benefiting from their investment. Here, Limin Fu, Dirk M. Boehe, Marc O. Orlitzky discuss their current research into determining what is the right mix of good intentions, stakeholder engagement and competitive advantage.

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When Does CSR Add Value to Brands?

When Does CSR Add Value to Brands?

It’s long been trumpeted that companies acting on corporate social responsibility do better. But does CSR — actually — improve brands? Shawn Pope and Jimi Kim decided to find out.

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How Coca-Cola Uses Social Media to Promote Corporate Social Initiatives

How Coca-Cola Uses Social Media to Promote Corporate Social Initiatives

What is the most effective way for companies to implement corporate social marketing (CSM)? In the Social Marketing Quarterly article “Examining Public Response to […]

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Good in Theory, Bad in Practice: Corporate Social Marketing in the Alcohol Industry

Good in Theory, Bad in Practice: Corporate Social Marketing in the Alcohol Industry

Corporate social marketing (CSM) campaigns are used to improve the image of a wide variety of companies. Each CSM initiative is unique, […]

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Mixing Business and Ethics: How the Rotary Club Encouraged Ethical Business Practices

Mixing Business and Ethics: How the Rotary Club Encouraged Ethical Business Practices

Large corporations have long been the focus of corporate social  responsibility (CSR) studies. Such studies seem to support the separation thesis, which […]

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Responsible Management Education – Are Schools Walking Their Talk?

Responsible Management Education – Are Schools Walking Their Talk?

[We’re pleased to welcome Andreas Rasche of Copenhagen Business School. Dr. Rasche recently published an article in the July issue of Journal […]

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Can a Business Be Socially Responsible and Still Make a Profit?

Can a Business Be Socially Responsible and Still Make a Profit?

According to Thompson Reuters, sustainability in business once meant a company covering its operating costs with profits. These days that definition has […]

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Award Winning Journal of Management Article on Capitol Hill

Award Winning Journal of Management Article on Capitol Hill

 “Age Stereotypes in the Workplace: Common Stereotypes, Moderators, and Future Directions,” by Richard A. Posthuma of the University of Texas at El […]

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