Corporate Sustainability Social Responsibility and Environmental Management
Responsible behaviors are increasingly being embedded into new business models and strategies that are designed to meet environmental, societal, and governace deficits. Therefore, the notions of Corporate Sustainability, Social Responsibility,and Environmental Management have become very popular among academia ascorporations are moving beyond transparency, business ethics, and stakeholder engagement. This book provides business students and scholars with a broad analysis of the subject of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). It builds on the previous theoretical underpinnings of the CSR agenda, including Corporate Citizenship (Carroll, 1998; Matten & Crane, 2004; Waddock, 2004), Creating Shared Value (Porter & Kramer, 2011, 2006), Stakeholder Engagement (Freeman, 1984), and Business Ethics (Crane & Matten, 2004) as it features the latest Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility (CSR2.0) perspective (Visser, 2010). These recent developments imply that the organizations’ commitment to responsible behaviors may represent a transformation of the corporation into a truly sustainable business that is adding value to the business itself while also adding value to society and the environment.
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