Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility in Practice delves into the new, but growing field of management that deals with the responsibility of business in society. This book takes a close look at the various definitions of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) insisting that any genuine CSR program should be strategic in nature -- thus Strategic CSR. The book also reviews the various arguments why no corporation should ignore the topic, making its own insightful contribution to the subject matter.
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Januarius Jingwa (J.J.) Asongu, PhD, is the editor of the Journal of Business and Public Policy (JBPP), as well as a business consultant specialized in management, marketing, and international business. He has published many books and peer-reviewed articles. Some of his recent books include War, Politics and Business (2007), The Iraq Quagmire (co-authored with Stephen Lendman, 2007), and Socially Responsible Management (2007).Review:
"This is an excellent book on the application of Strategic CSR... I'll recommend it to business scholars, corporate executives, investors, and thos looking for a career in CSR." - Wilfred Awung, former lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Buea. --Journal of Business and Public Policy
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Book Description Greenview Publishing Company, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. 1st. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0979797608