Business Education for Responsible Capitalism: Developments and Challenges. Jeremy Moon Director www.nottingham.ac.uk/business/iccsr . Role of the Business School in Responsible & Sustainable Business . Blame Enron/ Worldcom / Financial Crisis / negative social & environmental impacts
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Maturation of R&SB research field: Business
Converging ‘conversation’ & replicable studies (but also issue-led, conceptually fluid)
Distinctive theoretical orientations
PhDs; Journal status of CSR as per Entrepreneurship +
Status in academic associations (AoM, EGOS)
Dedicated journals; mainstream journals; conferences & networks; text books, handbooksA Decade of Progress: Research ?
Responsible capitalism agendas & governance questions for companies & markets … and BS?
As per companies who commit to R&SB, questions of depth of commitment; need for assurance arise
Will new watchdogs emerge? Will existing watchdogs include / prioritise R&SB?
Where are we now? R&SB educators use STK analysis: use on BS?Governance of business education?
Godemann, J, Herzig, C, Moon, J and Powell, A (2011) business education? ‘Integrating Sustainability into Business Schools: Analysis of 100 UN PRME Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) reports’ ICCSR Research Paper Series No. 58-2011
Lockett, A, Moon, J & Visser, W (2006) ‘Corporate Social Responsibility in Management Research: Focus, Nature, Salience and Sources of Influence’ Journal of Management Studies
Matten, D & Moon, J (2004) ‘Corporate Social Responsibility Education in Europe’ Journal of Business EthicsReferences
Membership matters at www.eauc.org.uk