Nottingham University Business School
Dedicated Research Centre
The aim of the Centre is to 'lead CSR research and teaching' by developing expertise in the conceptualisation, analysis, implementation and verification of CSR, particularly in response to questions such as 'what is CSR activity?', 'why does it take place?', 'how are CSR concepts transferred into practice?' and 'what difference does this make to business, government, governance, non-governmental organisations and society?'
By: Moon, J (2007), The Journal of Sustainable Development
By: Matten, D and Moon, J (2008),
By: Muthuri, J; Matten, D; Moon, J (2007), British Journal of Management
By: Crane, A.; Matten, D. (2004). Oxford University Press.
Annual Research Seminar and practitioner panel.
CSR internships for postgraduate students.
Collaborative research and contract research.
Strategy Division (CSR Knowledge);
Insustrial Economics Division (CSR and Industrial Economics);
Entrepreneurship Division (CSR and Entrepreneurship);
Department of Civil Engineering (CSR in Engineering);
Organisational Behaviour Division (Sustainable Tourism).
Research projects with:
Haas Business School,
Berkeley (CSR and Government);
Schulich School of Management,
Toronto (Theories of CSR and Corporate Citizenship);
Vlerick School of Management (socially responsible investment).
Corporations and Children (NSPCC)
Corporate Community Investment (Charities Aid Foundation)
Responsible Business-Senior Managers
Net Impact chapter established by MBAs in 2007. MBA students worked at with Business in the Community's 'Cares for Kids' programme at a local primary school's breakfast club.
AIESEC provide speakers, advice, and some financial support, e.g. on the student-led project to connect small business and local charities.
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