Building the Responsible Enterprise provides students and practitioners who are new to sustamability and corporate social responsibility with a practical, yet academically rooted, introduction to the state-of-the-art in the field. Sandra Waddock and Andreas Rasche help readers understand the key, complex dilemmas that responsible companies face, and the multiple perspectives embedded in every decision about these quandaries.
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