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Corporate Social Responsibility & Corporate Reputation: Websites
Databases that contain CSR information. Books and e-journals. Websites on corporate reputation research, human rights, CSR programs, organizations, and leadership. Includes business ethics and corporate governance
A resource for corporate reputation research. The ACSI is the only measure of the quality of economic output nationwide. Research is showing the ACSI to be a leading economic indicator & a predictor of financial performance at the firm level.
Stated goal is to ensure that MBAs are prepared for social and environmental stewardship. To that end, they rank business schools on their ability to prepare students and give awards to “Faculty Pioneers.”
Works with global corporations to help them define, plan and operationalize corporate citizenship. Its goal is to help business leverage its social, economic and human assets to ensure both its success and a more just and sustainable world.
News and reports about companies’ human rights impacts worldwide – positive and negative. Topics include discrimination, environment, poverty & development, labor, access to medicines, health & safety, security, trade.
Founded in 1992 as an association of 50+ companies, Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) goal is to help companies of all sizes & sectors achieve success in ways that demonstrate respect for ethical values, people, communities & the environment.
An international network of business leaders working to promote “moral capitalism.” Web site includes a list of affiliated organizations as well lists of names and affiliations of business leaders serving on its various governing and advisory boards.
An international organization devoted to advancing knowledge about corporate reputations and to providing professional assistance to companies interested in measuring and managing their reputations proactively.
Joint initiative of Stanford Law School and the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. The Center was created to advance the understanding and practice of corporate governance in a cross-disciplinary environment.
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