1. The Responsible Business: Reimagining Sustainability and Success (Carol Sanford)
The Responsible Business goes beyond simply presenting a new theory, or approach. It provides a holistic and systematic way for business leaders to identify and manage stakeholder relationships. It also describes common challenges companies face on the journey to becoming a responsible business. Review by Wendy Wilder. Read more
2. Embedding Global Markets: An Enduring Challenge (John G. Ruggie)
Embedding Global Markets is an extensive overview of the value of embedded liberalism in a globalised world. Gathering some of the most influential authors, this book addresses major challenges to embedded liberalism as a concept, and presents a strong case for its existence as a social bargain between open markets and social investment. Review by Ana Svab. Read more
3. Stirring it Up: How to Make Money and Save the World (Gary Hirshberg)
Stirring It Up narrates how Hirshberg, whom I consider a social entrepreneur, became the CEO of Stonyfield Farm, a company who makes and sells organic yogurt in the United States. The book is easy to read with lots of anecdotes but, most importantly, it has highly valued advice for those who wish to begin their own sustainable business. Review by Alicia de la Peña. Read more
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