Publication

ICSR – publication – Proceedings of Social Responsibility, Ethics and Sustainable Business, Volume 4, 2015

 

Conference working papers

Working Papers Series on Social Responsibility, Ethics & Sustainable Business, Volume 3, 2014

Facultat de Comunicació i Relacions Internacionals, Blanquerna – Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona, Catalonia-Spain

Working Papers Series on Social Responsibility, Ethics & Sustainable Business, Volume 2, 2013

Media School, Bournemouth University, UK 

Working Papers Series on Social Responsibility, Ethics, & Sustainable Business, Volume 1, 2012

Department of Marketing, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania 

If you want your paper to be considered for our edited collection, please send us the full paper by 1 September, 2015. Author guidelines can be found here: http://www.csrconferences.org/?page_id=11

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CSRbookOur new book: Social Responsibility, Ethics and Sustainable Business

Edited by Georgiana Grigore, Irina-Eugenia Iamandi & Alin Stancu, ASE Publishing Hall, ISBN: 978-606-505-833-0

This book includes best papers from our previous conferences.

Since its launch in 2012, the international series of Conferences on Social Responsibility, Ethics and Sustainable Business has carried out a range of events that aim to create a networking opportunity for researchers and practitioners to discuss recent conceptualisations of and insights on CSR in a business or non-profit context. The first conference was held at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies (Romania), followed by the second conference at the Media School, Bournemouth University (UK) and then the third conference was held at Facultat de Comunicacio Blanquerna, Universitate Ramon Llull, Barcelona (Spain).

The book adopts and intercultural and interdisciplinary approach to CSR, and aims to address theoretical and methodological challenges in this area, and to also highlight examples of CSR best practices worldwide that might lead to long term societal development, well-being, and shared value. As such, this book presents international CSR perspectives from Egypt, France, India, Republic of Macedonia, Pakistan, Romania, or UK. These perspectives can be seen as comparative studies, where the economic, social, political, and cultural factors are playing a fundamental role in shaping CSR policies and programs that organisations can implement across the globe.

At the end of our conference, other publishing opportunities like this will be announced.