ESSEC Business School Profs Veronica Casarin, Bernard Leca, Stefan Linder, and Adrian Zicari unveil their research into the ethical aspects of management control systems (MCS) and their impact on employee health and behaviour.
In a pure market economy, there is no explicit obligation to uphold social and ethical responsibility. Fans pay big money for their enjoyment; clubs and athletes put on a spectacle. This is theoretically a fair deal for both producers and consumers. Nevertheless, there are still incentives for the sports industry to respect and conduct CSR, whether the motivation comes from staying true to its aforementioned team spirit, or from simply expecting a greater future cash flow.
Results: The 2020 Council on Business & Society student CSR article competition
Ethical accounting and live sheep exportation in Australia
Employees giving voice to opinions and suggestions is risky but beneficial to an organisation. Professor He Peng from School of Management Fudan University analyses what makes employees go silent and […]
From the charismatic leader who has the answers to it all, to the omnipotent leader who can always save the day, she who can spin a story is the hero. […]
The first results from the Council on Business & Society CSR student article competition have come through from member schools ESSEC Business School and FGV-EAESP. Two of the competition participants, […]
Ever wonder how people get away with fraud? Profs. Bernard Leca, ESSEC Business School, and Aziza Laguecir of IESEG shed light on the mechanism of fraudulent activity and how modern-day […]
The Council on Business & Society sets an enigma! Follow the trail on Twitter @The_CoBS and discover on March 28th Clue #1 Of all things, And after all this time, […]
In a two-part feature, Marianna Fotaki, Professor of Business Ethics at Warwick Business School, speaks up and speaks out on the topic of whistleblowing, a system particular to Anglo-Saxon ethics […]