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

Academics working on corporate social responsibility represent the broadest of churches. Macro-economists line up beside environmental scientists; business administrators beside social geographers. But they can be broadly categorised into one of two camps. There are those who start from within business orthodoxies and look out towards society, and those...

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