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The primer is designed for professionals with limited experience in CSR who want to learn about the effects of climate change on business.

Research shows that deregulation offers competitive advantage and increases green power in the U.S. electrical utility industry.

Research finds good stakeholder relations are a key factor in sustaining above-average financial performance.

Companies are searching for new ways to foster employees’ ethical behaviour and minimize the potential for reputation-damaging scandals.

Two tools—life cycle analysis and input-output analysis—can help managers assess the environmental impact of products.

How can sustainability knowledge be diffused among colleagues and employees? A number of factors facilitate organizational learning, and the results of the learning processes.

Multinational corporations are standardizing their environmental policies worldwide based on pressures from government, industry and consumers.

To limit their conflicts with local communities, managers of multinational corporations (MNCs) must consider three interrelated factors: power inequality, perception gaps and cultural context.

Donating in excess? Careful, the relationship between philanthropy and financial performance is not linear, but U-shaped.

How much is enough when it comes to CSR? This examination is based on the principles and views of Peter Drucker, and his concept of "bounded goodness."

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