Oliver Balch tackles key topics in academic thinking and research on sustainability

In January 2002 34 chief executives from some of the largest corporations in the world gathered in New York to sign a declaration. “Global corporate citizenship” was the natty title given to this “leadership challenge” by its originators, the prestigious World Economic Forum. Fast forward to today and there’s...

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Oliver Balch  corporate citizenship  CSR  accountability  philanthropy  stakeholders 

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