Corporate Social Entrepreneurship

In the wake of the global economic crisis caused by financial irregularities and lapses in corporate governance and personal integrity, part of the fall-out has been a big kick up the backside for business ethics. There is renewed vigor which has boosted momentum behind the growing CSR movement and the need for ethical business, with the clarion call: “How can we prevent this from happening again?” So I was really interested to see the idea of the B companies in the last post: a practical approach to positioning the corporation as social enterprise, which involves stakeholder governance, backed by legal certification.



Crane and Matten blog


Christine Hemingway


March 18, 2010

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Responsible Investing, Social Entrepreneurship