BLOWFIELD AND MURRAY CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY PDF

Corporate Responsibility. Mick Blowfield , Alan Murray. The second edition of this successful textbook examines the multiple dimensions to corporate responsibility. It creates a framework that presents a historical and interdisciplinary overview of the field; a summary of different management approaches; and a review of the key actors and trends worldwide. The authors take a critical perspective and successfully provide a balance between theory and practice. They offer comprehensive coverage of the subject, combining an insightful, interdisciplinary, approach with the pedagogy and support sought after by students.

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Corporate Responsibility. Michael Blowfield , Alan Murray. In its journey from the margins to the mainstream, the idea of corporate responsibility has become a significant part of the business agenda.

Whilst society has always held expectations of business that go beyond wealth creation, the backdrop against which businesses now operate -characterised by financial crisis, climate change, political shifts, and population growth - has seen corporate responsibility becoming increasingly central to the ability of businesses to address global concerns. In a world where prosperity is measured in terms of economic growth, the pressure on business to maximise profits whilst also being held publically accountable for its social and environmental record, continues to increase.

Drawing on numerous case studies, theories, and perspectives, this textbook explores what corporate responsibility reveals about the changing role of business in the twenty-first century.

The third edition has been updated to reflect the full impact of the financial crisis and new examples of actual business practice have been presented throughout.

These include: Google and their struggles with the Chinese government over censorship; Trafigura and their illegal dumping oftoxic waste; and Proctor and Gamble and their charitable work to provide clean water to poor communities. The text is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre which includes:For students:Additional case studiesFurther readingSources on regulation and governanceSuggested filmsWeb exercisesWeb linksFor lecturers:Images from the book.

Part 2 Managing and implementing corporate responsibility. Part 3 Impact critics and future of corporate responsibility. Part 1 The meaning and origins of corporate responsibility.

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Corporate Responsibility. Michael Blowfield , Alan Murray. In its journey from the margins to the mainstream, the idea of corporate responsibility has become a significant part of the business agenda. Whilst society has always held expectations of business that go beyond wealth creation, the backdrop against which businesses now operate -characterised by financial crisis, climate change, political shifts, and population growth - has seen corporate responsibility becoming increasingly central to the ability of businesses to address global concerns. In a world where prosperity is measured in terms of economic growth, the pressure on business to maximise profits whilst also being held publically accountable for its social and environmental record, continues to increase. Drawing on numerous case studies, theories, and perspectives, this textbook explores what corporate responsibility reveals about the changing role of business in the twenty-first century. The third edition has been updated to reflect the full impact of the financial crisis and new examples of actual business practice have been presented throughout.

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