CSR-610 Corporate Social Responsibility

This course introduces students to the concept of corporate social responsibility, which involves an examination of whether organizations should expand their focus from serving stockholders to also considering the impact of the firm's activities on diverse stakeholders. Practicing corporate social responsibility requires that a corporation meld business goals with societal expectations. To do so means addressing complex questions such as: What obligations do businesses have to the societies in which they operate? Can the interests of corporations and their outside stakeholders be aligned or are they in inherent conflict? This course examines these and other questions without prescribing simple solutions.

Credits: 3

Offered in Sep 2020, Nov 2020, Mar 2021

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