Where Aid and Profit Meet: The Business Call to Action

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The traditional business of development aid has evolved considerably from its post-colonial “official development assistance” model dominated by developed country actors largely driven by bilateral and political interests, into one where a myriad of actors operate on different levels. These …

CSR in the Information Age: “Socially Responsible to Whom?” – A Conundrum for Global Corporations

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What does it mean to say that “business” has responsibilities? Only people can have responsibilities. A corporation is an artificial person and in this sense may have artificial responsibilities, but “business” as a whole cannot be said to have responsibilities,