What place does social (or societal) impact have in corporate value creation?
Non-financial rating highlights how a technique originally conceived for traditional finance can be used to support companies in improving their corporate social responsibility behavior.
For this to occur, we need ways of measuring corporate sustainability: social accounting is one way of doing so.
In a world of growing uncertainty, what are the key elements for responsible innovation?
The negative consequences of climate change are a source of concern for both policymakers and the public. To address these legitimate worries, private and public organizations are multiplying actions and legislation...
Why has Corporate Social Responsibility so-far failed to usher in a new, more sustainable paradigm? In his article “Is Corporate Social Responsibility a New Spirit of Capitalism?”, Professor Bernard Leca, with co-authors Kazmi (Aston Business School) and Naccache (INSEEC Business School), argues that a bottom-up approach, focusing on the participation of employees and not just managers.
Karoline Strauss and Jan Lepoutre, Professors of Management at ESSEC Business School, together with Geoffrey Wood, Essex Business School, University of Essex, argue that sustainability requires unique change in organizations and explain how employees across different levels of the organization can support it.