1. Corporates are from Mars, Charities are from Venus. The Ultimate Guide to Managing your Partnership (Kay Allen with Tanja Rasmussen)
Framed around a ten-point action plan, the book works through a charity-corporate partnership from conception to conclusion. Starting with singlehood and the desire to form a partnership, the guide journeys through the corporate-charity dating scene, engagement, marriage and through to reflections. Review by Andrea Grace Rannard. Read more
2. Reframing Corporate Social Responsibility: Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis (William Sun, Jim Stewart and David Pollard)
In the aftermath of the global financial crisis (GFC), much commentary has been dedicated to the spectacular failures of neo-liberal economics, the ‘Anglo-Saxon’ capitalist system and corporate governance, to the exclusion of CSR. In its analysis of the causes and fallout of the greatest financial and economic disaster since the Great Depression from a CSR perspective, this book takes a novel and interesting approach. Review by Katie O’Dea Cadden. Read more
3. Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility (Jedrzej George Frynas)
Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility is an in-depth analysis of the potential of CSR in the oil and gas industry. Case studies of twenty extracting companies from developed and emerging economies investigates the potential of CSR in three core areas – environment, development and governance. Review by Tine Emilie Skriver. Read more
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