Key Concepts in Corporate Social Responsibility
- Suzanne Benn - University of Technology, Australia
- Dianne Bolton - Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
SAGE Key Concepts series
Business Ethics | Corporate Social Responsibility
Introducing the key concepts in corporate social responsibility, Suzanne Benn brings together the essential issues relevant to the responsible management of businesses, not-for-profit organizations and government.
With detailed coverage and cross-referencing for each concept and over 50 concepts introduced, this guide to both the theory and implementation of CSR and sustainability, provides an indispensable reference for any student of the subject.
Key Concepts include: Accountability; Business ethics; Corporate citizenship; Corporate environmental reporting; Definitions of CSR; Ethical consumerism; Human rights; NGOs; Risk management; Stakeholder theory; Sustainable development.
It covered the concepts of the module.
A good reference for terminology related to CSR and sustainability.
This book is a good reference for students and practitioners of CSR in academia and corporations.
Useful reference for students looking to get to grips with the key concepts that they will encounter on an undergraduate CSR course.
A very handy textbook which covers all of the relevant issues in CSR and will be a must for all business students. The issues are relveant to modules in Business Ethics and/or Strategic Management and Strategic Marketing. Suitable at Honours and Pg level.
Excellent reference book for all the isues around CSR, Ethics and Corporate Sustainability. I use it often and encouarge my students to do so. It should be part of every library.
It's going to be an essential source for my post graduate course. I'll ask my students to have this book as course book.
A key text when evaluating the concept of corporate social responsibility, with up to date information and references.
Don't judge a book by its cover. This book however, can be judged by its title.
It contains all key concepts in relation to CSR, which is why it will be recommended as reading material for students to have a better understanding of CSR.
This book as the concept map. This book is very useful for main understanding of the core themes of CSR. I and my students found here the main definitions, relationships between related contructs and practical issues. For students it is useful that they can read succinct information about CSR meaning and applicability.