This 100-page publication features 25 articles from 27 faculty and practitioner contributors from ESSEC Business School, FGV-EAESP, IE Business School, School of Management Fudan University, Keio Business School, Trinity Business School, Warwick Business School and guest institutions and practitioners. Each contribution is accompanied by key takeaways and food for thought sections on ethical leadership, stakeholder ecosystems, sustainable business practices, social and environmental reporting, and effective governance in times of crisis.
Christine Zdelar, Ding.com, and Michelle MacMahon, Trinity Business School, research how milennials have made sense of the new reality of remote working.
Climate change: Will the post-pandemic world tackle it? Michael Bradshaw, Professor of Global Energy at Warwick Business School, and Caroline Kuzemko, Prof. of International Political Economy at Warwick University, explore the four scenarios on which positive post-COVID climate action hinges.
Guus Hendriks, former Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School and now at the University of Amsterdam, looks at the big picture of global finance and economy to focus on 5 key factors that can raise people out of the poverty trap.
What happens when the CSR Codes of Brazil’s oil and gas industry meet the international legal framework system on sustainable development law? Are there more similarities than differences between the two? Prof. Ligia Maura Costa of FGV-EAESP explores how CSR Codes can be used as a tool towards sustainable development in developing countries.
Does Corporate Social Responsibly have an effect on corporate financial performance? The case of Japan.
Putting a value to the impact people and their organisation have on the world around them is not an easy task, says Prof Adrián Zicari, of ESSEC Business School, especially in the context of ethics in finance.
No woman director is the same. And each has a unique impact of corporate social performance in family firms. Profs. Rachida Justo and Cristina Cruz of IE Business School share their research.
How does Corporate Governance Influence Corporate Social Responsibility? In Part 2 of the research feature, Prof. Tanusree Jain, Trinity Business School, explores how corporate governance and other mechanisms can positively shape CSR.
Despite ample research on corporate governance (CG) and corporate social responsibility (CSR), there is a lack of consensus on the nature of the relationship between the two concepts, says Prof. Tanusree Jain of Trinity Business School, as she sheds light in a two-part feature on the full sweep of this bond.