Global Practices of Corporate Social Responsibility

  • Samuel O. Idowu
  • Walter Leal Filho

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Europe

    1. Laurence Eberhard Harribey
      Pages 37-59
    2. Walter Leal Filho, Paulina S. Pawlak
      Pages 61-71
    3. Virgilio Panapanaan, Lassi Linnanen
      Pages 73-102
    4. Karolina Windell, Maria Grafström, Pauline Göthberg
      Pages 103-123
    5. Céline Louche, Luc Van Liedekerke, Patricia Everaert, Dirk LeRoy, Ans Rossy, Marie d'Huart
      Pages 125-147
    6. Nikolaos A. Panayiotou, Konstantinos G. Aravossis, Peggy Moschou
      Pages 149-164
    7. Ataur Rahman Belal, Vasily Lubinin
      Pages 165-179
  3. East Asia

    1. Richard Welford, Peter Hills
      Pages 183-199
    2. Mazurina Mohd Ali, Muhd Kamil Ibrahim, Rashidah Mohammad, Mustaffa M. Zain, Mohd Rashidee Alwi
      Pages 201-231
  4. The Americas

    1. Jennifer J. Griffin, Ben Vivari
      Pages 235-250
    2. Adam Lindgreen, Valérie Swaen, Wesley J. Johnston
      Pages 251-271
    3. Velázquez Luis, Marín Amina, Zavala Andrea, Bustamante Claudia, Esquer Javier, Munguía Nora
      Pages 273-283
    4. Elizabeth Hogan
      Pages 285-307
    5. Mariana Lima Bandeira, Fernando Lopez Parra
      Pages 309-321
  5. Middle East & Africa

    1. R. Ş Topal, H. Gurdag
      Pages 343-372
    2. S. Burak Arzova
      Pages 373-391
  6. Australasia

    1. Royston Gustavson
      Pages 463-495
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 497-508

About this book


Being socially responsible on the part of corporate entities is now no longer an option, it is part of their normal business obligations to all their stakeholders regardless of whether these are primary or secondary stakeholders. Modern societies around the world now expect corporate entities of all shapes and forms to be socially responsible in whatever they do; the "Global Practices of Corporate Social Responsibility" is a first attempt at bringing together in one book experts' accounts of how corporate entities in twenty independent nations around the world are dealing with the issue of CSR. The world today faces diverse social problems. These become apparent as one moves from one country to the next, interestingly, society now expects corporations to help in finding solutions to these problems. The problem of global warming affects us all; modern corporations can no longer continue to assume that the problem will go away, if nothing is done by them. We can all make a little difference by our actions.


CSR Corporate Social Responsibility Globalisation Social Responsibility Stakeholder Sustainability business development organizations

Editors and affiliations

  • Samuel O. Idowu
    • 1
  • Walter Leal Filho
    • 2
  1. 1.London Metropolitan Business SchoolLondon Metropolitan UniversityLondonUK
  2. 2.Research and Transfer Centre “Applications of Life Sciences”Hamburg University of Applied SciencesHamburgGermany

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