Journal of Global Responsibility: Volume 3 Issue 2

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Democracy and Islam: promises and perils for the Arab Spring protests

Bradley J. Cook, Michael Stathis

Democracy and Islam are both capable of multiple interpretations and applications. Islam possesses ideological resources that provide justification for a wide spectrum of…

Finding a worldly curriculum: utilizing a cosmopolitan curriculum in a global community

Christopher Kazanjian

Many twenty‐first century academics engaged in the discourse of multicultural issues have misplaced their focus on polemics and platitudes. In the USA, students are not…

Responsible negotiation: exploring the forest beyond the tree

Alain Lempereur

Exploring responsible negotiation is like discovering the forest beyond the tree. The purpose of this paper is to develop seven steps that might be needed for negotiators…

Sustainable solutions for “global access to medicines” problems

Leo Versteynen, Donald Huisingh

The purpose of this paper is to perform a worldwide survey on the opinion of over 1,000 stakeholders on the value of different approaches to improve global access to…

CSR‐OHS: Expert views, analysis and commentary on the two potent contrivances towards achieving MDGs

Kwesi Amponsah‐Tawiah, Kwasi Dartey‐Baah

The purpose of this paper is to trace the path to achieving the millennium development goals (MDG) in developing countries through the lens of corporate social…

Determinants of web‐accessibility of corporate social responsibility communications

Ismail Adelopo, Ramiro Cea Moure, Lucely Vargas Preciado, Musa Obalola

The corporate social responsibility (CSR) debate has developed tremendously over decades. However, while CSR communication has developed significantly, web‐accessibility…

Corporate sustainability management: evidence from Germany

Patrick Kraus, Bernd Britzelmaier

Sustainability has become a hot topic in business administration theory. However, there is still a lack of knowledge on how companies can manage sustainability properly…

The job satisfaction‐gender paradox revisited: A cross‐national look at gender differences in job satisfaction, 1989‐2005

Jonathan H. Westover

Using Westover's job satisfaction model (based on Kalleberg's 1977 findings and Handel's 2005 study) the purpose of this paper is to re‐examine the job satisfaction‐gender…

An analysis of ISO 14001 and suggested improvements

Cory Searcy, Oguz Morali, Stanislav Karapetrovic

The purpose of this paper is to present concrete recommendations on how the ISO 14001 standard for environmental management systems can be improved.

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ISSN:

2041-2568

Online date, start – end:

2010

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • William Sun