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When worlds collide: contested paradigms of corporate social responsibility. Professor Steven Toms University of York. Inconvenient truth. Three stages of social history. Implications and discussion. Discussion and implications Consequentialist ethical approach urgently needed

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When worlds collide: contested paradigms of corporate social responsibility

Professor Steven Toms

University of York

The York Management School


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Inconvenient truth responsibility

The York Management School


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Three stages of social history responsibility

The York Management School


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Implications and discussion responsibility

Discussion and implications

  • Consequentialist ethical approach urgently needed

  • Key collaborations:

    • Science departments and business schools (based on scientific method)

    • Scientists and accountants in the board rooms

    • Government and business (eg DECC)

  • Key questions for accounting and management

  • What is the rate of growth (g') consistent with:

    • Scientific limits on emissions?

    • Development of low carbon technologies?

      (and their rate of substitution, and difference between g and g')

  • What is the impact of g' on business value? Eg:

    • Asset lives/write offs of high carbon tangible and intangible assets

    • Stock market value of corporations

The York Management School


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