Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility publishes in association with the International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, run by the Social Responsibility Research Network. Every volume contains commissioned chapters written specifically for the conference.
The series presents current debates and research about specific aspects of social responsibility and shows these from global and interdisciplinary perspectives, each volume presents a different theme related to the broad field of corporate social responsibility. It aims to spark debate and encourage discussion between people from different backgrounds as a way of developing and promoting best practice. The papers are global and invited contributions, ensuring that the quality remains high and the scope of coverage is comprehensive and coherent.
Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility offers the latest research on topical issues by international experts and has practical relevance to business managers. This is the only book series endorsed by the Social Responsibility Research Network.
About the Social Responsibility Research Network (SRRN)
The SRRN was formed in 2003 after the success of the first International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility was held. Since then it has continued to grow and there are currently around 900 members based all over the world. The network has continued to develop its activities in the areas of organizing conferences and publishing. The SRRN also publishes a sister journal Social Responsibility Journal.
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Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility is particularly relevant to academics, researchers and practitioners in the field of business management.
Coverage includes, but is not restricted to: