The area of corporate social responsibility is one of the fastest growing ones in recent years, with new research outputs being published every day. These cover both academic and policy-led research, on topics ranging from the philosophical foundations of business ethics to corporate governance, white-collar crime, and human rights issues.
Here are but a few examples of recent publications:
- Ana-Maria Pascal, Who Cares Whose Cars? A Philosophical Analysis of Business and Human Rights, in J. D. Rendtorff (ed.) Perspectives on Philosophy of Management and Business Ethics, Ethical Economy. Studies in Economic Ethics and Philosophy 51, Springer International Publishing (2017), pp. 247-262.
- Ruth Wolf and Theodora Issa (eds), International Business Ethics and Growth Opportunities, IGI Global, 2015
- Jeremy Moon, Corporate Social Responsibility: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford University Press, 2014
- Sabine Michalowski, Corporate Accountability in the Context of Transitional Justice, Routledge, 2014