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Is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) dead?

by Arthur Kendall

We regularly attend Cass Business School events on Corporate Social Responsibility, ethics, social impact investment and the like. Always interesting both for the speakers and the networking opportunities. In their Cass knowledge March newsletter they highlight an interview with Peter Flemming, Cass Professor of Business and Society, about his new book “The End of Corporate Social Responsibility”. The provocative title made me think about the whole issue and here I present a few thoughts and conclusions of my own.

 

The interview below, and indeed the book itself, is food for thought and in many ways chimes with our view of the use (or abuse) of terms and concepts such as this as a sticky plaster or superficial…

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