Journal of Global Responsibility: Volume 7 Issue 2


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Management of corporate social responsibility in Hong Kong small and medium enterprises: Communication dimensions

Brenda YW Lee-Wong, Elizabeth More

This paper aims to advance our knowledge in how small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) communicate corporate social responsibility (CSR). It forms part of a larger…

Socially responsible global supply chains: The human rights promise of shared responsibility and ISO 45001

Thomas A. Hemphill, Keith J. Kelley

This paper aims to address the viability of two recent initiatives proposed to address the important human rights issue of employee and building safety among manufacturers…

To make us truly human: humanities education and corporate social responsibility

Caitlin Paige Roach, Daniel Joseph Slater

This paper aims to determine whether CEOs with a humanities education (e.g. English/literature, philosophy, history, languages, religion, visual arts, or performing arts…

The effect of organizational justice delivery on organizational commitment: Controlling for key confounding variables

Henry Kofi Mensah, Nestor Asiamah, Kwame Mireku

This study aims to examine the effect of organizational justice (OJ) delivery on organizational commitment (OC) while controlling variables that potentially confound this…

Work–life balance: how can we help women IT professionals in Morocco?

Salma Semlali, Abderrahman Hassi

The present study aims to understand how Moroccan women working in information technology (IT) perceive the roles they fulfill in both their private and professional lives…

Do green policies build green reputations?

Dina Abdelzaher, William Newburry

Today, we are witnessing a wave of multinational corporations who seek to be recognized for being environmentally conscious, which can become a source of competitive…

CSR approaches of MNEs in developing countries

Kajari Mukherjee

This paper aims to discuss how multinational enterprises (MNEs) can approach corporate social responsibility (CSR) in developing countries. Such countries face challenges…

Corporate social responsibility and reputation: some empirical perspectives

Samuel Famiyeh, Amoako Kwarteng, Samuel Ato Dadzie

The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and firm’s reputation in terms of product and service quality, management…

From surface to deep corporate social responsibility: The Malaysian no plastic bags campaign as both social and organizational learning

Cameron Richards, Irina Safitri Zen

The purpose of this paper is to develop and explore the policy concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a focus for sustainable development. To this end, it…

Caught red-handed: the cost of the Volkswagen Dieselgate

Mauro Fracarolli Nunes, Camila Lee Park

With the investigation of the US stock market response to the Volkswagen Dieselgate, this paper aims to empirically demonstrate a case of dissemination of corporate…

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