Journal of Global Responsibility

Category:

Business Ethics and Law

Table Of Contents: Volume 4 Issue 2

A tale of two standards on responsible management education

Lars Moratis

The purpose of this article is to explore what ISO 26000, the global guidance standard for organizations wanting to implement corporate social responsibility (CSR), has to…

Encountering the displaced child

Christopher Kazanjian, Su‐Jin Choi

The purpose of this paper discusses psychologist Clark Moustakas' concept of loneliness and argues that it is relevant and applicable to engaging displaced children.

CSR in natural resources: rhetoric and reality

Graeme Esau, Megan Malone

The purpose of this paper is to sets out to highlight the role and evolution of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Africa's extractive industry. Through the…

Measuring corporate personality with social responsibility bench marks

Freek Cronjé, Johann van Wyk

Responding to the growing amounts of power that corporations exert within society, stakeholder groups are increasingly placing companies under pressure to prove their…

The confluence of strategic CSR and leadership development at Hays plc

James Cullens, Richard Waters

A case study showing how leadership development can be embedded within a CSR framework to deliver stakeholder benefits, competitive advantage and an economic return at a…

Corporate social responsibility and organizational commitment

Mehran Nejati, Sasan Ghasemi

This paper investigated how perception of organization's social responsibility influenced employees' organizational commitment (OC). Besides, the moderation effect of…

Corporate responsibility, supply chain management and strategy

Stefan Gold, Pasi Heikkurinen

In search of new perspectives on sustainable food production, this paper focuses on three fields of literature, namely corporate responsibility (CR), supply chain…

ISSN:

2041-2568

Online date, start – end:

2010

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr. Simon Robinson