Corporate Social Responsability

Code Cours
2021-FGES-ECON-EN-2010
Language of instruction
French, English
This course occurs in the following program(s)
Training officer(s)
Paul Devos

Présentation

Prerequisite

Good level of English. Basic knowledge of business models, business strategies, and business operation.

Goal

With the ever growing public awareness of the negative/positive impact brought by the
activities of companies/organizations, Corporate Social Responsibility becomes
a domain that cannot be neglected in modern business world. The course thus aims
to help students to understand the core of CSR concepts and how these concepts
are applied in the marketplace, in the workplace, in the community and in the
ecological environment. It also targets to have discussion on the CSR
management (CSR strategy and CSR reporting) so that students may apply those
techniques later on in work.

Presentation

- CSR concepts and theories

- CSR in marketplace

- CSR in workplace

- CSR in the community

- CSR in the ecological environment

- CSR strategy (value chain, value cycle, shared value creation)

- CSR reporting and auditing

- CSR partnership (NGO, social businesses)

Modalités

Forms of instruction

Theoretical input, case studies, videos

Evaluation

Ressources

Bibliography

<ol> <li> <em>Corporate social Responsibility Readings and Cases in a Global Context</em>, Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten, Laura J. Spence, Routledge|| </li> <li> <em>Creating shared value,</em> Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer, HBR January-February 2011|| </li> </ol>