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The Role of Business Schools in the Financial Crisis

March 23, 2011 by Mike Valente

Which academic discipline is most responsible for the financial crisis? While economists can be blamed for their over-emphasis on economic utilitarianism and the abolition of government regulation in favour of the free market, business strategy scholars can be blamed for teaching managers how to disrupt perfect markets for profit while at the same time limiting government intervention.[read more]

Social Responsibility in the Global Media Industry

January 31, 2011 by Crane and Matten

If the WikiLeaks embassy cables saga that kicked off at the end of last year wasn't enough, the first month of 2011 has seen media organizations facing a whole slew of social responsibility issues. The Guardian newspaper has been breaking a major phone hacking scandal at News Corporation; a sexism case at Sky Sports in the UK has...[read more]

12 CSR Reporting Trends for 2011

November 15, 2010 by Elaine Cohen

I recently published an editorial on called "Sustainability Reports: don't ask "if", ask "how". In a nutshell, using the PwC CSR Reporting Trends 2010 study published last month, and the Radley Yeldar "How Does It Stack Up" reviews of European and UK CSR Reports, and the Lundquist second "Global Leaders" report, which...[read more]

Understanding the Benefits of CSR

November 12, 2010 by Ryan Schuchard

  [Originally published on the BSR blog.] This week, I spoke on the panel “ROI and the Triple Bottom Line: Can Companies Do Well by Doing Good?,” the first webinar in a series by Social Media Today. I shared thoughts on how to understand the benefits of CSR, and here’s what I covered.First, the basics: What is CSR? CSR is the...[read more]