Project 3: CSR and Education

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

PROJECT 2: CSR and Employees

CSR Project 2 Book chapters

Grigore, G., Ali, I., & Vontea, A. (2015). Dear employee, are you happy? Investigating the relationship between social responsibility and employees’ life satisfaction. In: Grigore, G., & Stancu, A., (eds.) Social Responsibility, Ethics and Sustainable Business: Theory and Practice. Bucharest: ASE Hall Publishing.
Conference papers
Grigore, Theofilou, A., & Watson, T. (2014). Employees as CSR advocates: The role of scepticism. In: 17th International Public Relations Research Conference 5-9 March 2014 Miami, FL, USA.
Watson, T., Theofilou, A., & Grigore, G. (2013). Employees as CSR ambassadors: Harnessing scepticism in times of financial uncertainty. In: Euprera Annual Congress 2013 3-5 October 2013 Barcelona, Spain.

Study 1

Study 1: Possessing Digital Virtual Objects