How can greater understanding of social responsibility within a
local context empower companies, local communities and governments?
What is the relationship among business, local communities and
governments with regard to social responsibility in developing,
emerging and advanced economies? What is the nature of the
relationship between individual responsibility, social
responsibility and profit? These are some of the most meaningful
questions in the CSR and sustainability sphere today - and yet
hitherto the 'social domain' has received remarkably little
detailed coverage. In this fascinating book Monica Thiel tackles
these questions head-on; discussing the lack of social
responsibility engagement with local communities by corporations
and governments, and the lack of reciprocal social responsibility
and sporadic participation from individuals and local communities
themselves. The Social Domain in CSR and Sustainability provides a
new and unique contribution to the body of knowledge in CSR and
sustainability. With practical tools for business, government and
local community leaders faced with challenging societal constraints
and consumer and public demands on a daily basis - readers will be
in a better position to manage and develop CSR and sustainability
strategies, a task increasingly crucial for successful managers and
leaders in companies, local communities and governments.
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