This project explores the link between CSR and education. A key aim of this project is to critically examine the role of ethical business practice in the context of wider society and the future challenges, and so to discuss legitimacy of contemporary business practice. More specifically this project covers aspects such: challenges of integrating CSR in the curriculum or university lecturers’ perceptions towards teaching business ethics.
Grigore, G., Stancu, A., & Zaharia, R.M. (2013). Challenges of Integrating CSR into Curricula: An Analysis of the Romanian Educational System. In: Ahmad, J. and Crowther, D., eds. Education and Corporate Social Responsibility. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing, 223-242.
Ali, I., Grigore, G.F., & Ahmad, J. (2012). University teachers’ perceptions towards teaching business ethics. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 46, 3637-3641. (ISI Thomson Reuters)
Ethical Stakeholder Engagement: Exploring the Relationship between Corporations and NGOs
Grigore, G.F., Theofilou, A., Watson, T. and Sthapitanonda, P. (forthcoming 2016). Ethical Stakeholder Engagement: Exploring the relationship between corporations and NGOs in Thailand, Romania and UK. Prism Journal, 12(2).
Theofilou, A. and Grigore, G., 2015. Businesses and NGOs: Their role in shaping CSR theory and practice. In: The 3rd International CSR Communication Conference 17-19 September 2015 University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Head of CMC Research
Promotional Cultures & Communication Centre (PCCC)
Faculty of Media and Communication