These studies investigate the relationship between organisations and society, mainly CSR and sustainability, but also new areas of organisational responsibilities that emerge from the use of technology, aspects of morality and ethics, the responsibility towards various stakeholders, or the non-financial objectives of organisations captured in the triple bottom line of profit, people, and planet.
We have recently witnessed failures in CSR. For example when Volkswagen have spent effort inventing technology that tricks emission monitoring rather than a genuine concern for the environment and improving their cars. In a similar way, FIFA demonstrated high-level corruption and lack of ethical principles in their practices, rather than concern for the beautiful game. And don’t even get us started on the fiasco of the banks! These examples highlight the different sides of CSR and the risks associated with irresponsibility. They also illustrate why CSR is now one of the most important areas of thought in corporate strategy and marketing, and an important focus of our research group.


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CSR Project 1 Books

Adi, A., Grigore, G. & Crowther, D. (eds.) (2015). Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Age. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. ugg pas cher Book chapters Grigore, G., Adi, A., & Theofilou, A. (2015). Digital reflections of pharmaceutical companies and their CSR communication strategies. In: Adi, A., Crowther, D., & Grigore, G. (eds.), Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Age. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 221-240. Adi, A., & Grigore, G. (2015). timberland femme Communicating CSR on social media – the case of Pfizer’s social media communications in Europe. In: Adi, A., Crowther, D., & Grigore, G. ugg boots bailey bow (eds.), Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Age. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 143-164. ugg bottes Conference paper Grigore, G., Molesworth, M. and Watkins, R. (2015). ugg australia Conceptualising digital corporate social responsibility.

International Conferences on Social Responsibility, Ethics and Sustainable Business

This is a series of academic conferences that creates networking opportunities for both researchers and practitioners to discuss recent insights on corporate socially responsible practices in the non-for-profit and for-profit sectors. We welcome scholarly papers and practice contributions on the following topics: CSR and Sustainability, CSR and Business Ethics, CSR, Social Media and Grass-Roots Campaigns, CSR and Education, Communicating CSR, CSR Initiatives and Strategies, Corporate Governance, NGO Marketing, CSR in the Digital Age, CSR, Reputation and Crisis Management, Ethical Stakeholder Engagement. You are invited to attend the 5th International Conference on Social Responsibility, Ethics and Sustainable Business to be held at Bocconi University, Milan, Italy on 6-7 October 2016. If you have a relevant paper please click here.

CSR Project 3 Book chapters and articles

Book chapters

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. Conference paper Replica Watches 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

Journal article

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). Conference paper Theofilou, A. and Grigore, G., 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. Janice Denegri-Knott Head of CMC Research Promotional Cultures & Communication Centre (PCCC) Faculty of Media and Communication


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