Reviews and Testimonials
This volume was launched with the aim to enhance the understanding of comparative corporate social responsibility (CSR), an emerging field. While comparative studies of CSR are relatively scarce, cross-cultural comparative work has made significant progress in recent years. Jamali collects an interesting mix of contributions, spanning a wide spectrum of country contexts, including the USA, Canada, Australia, China, Japan, Korea, South Korea, Tunis, Egypt, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Philippines, Pakistan, Nigeria. Fifteen chapters address a wide range of industries, including food and beverages, consumer electronics, telecommunications services, automobile and component manufacturers, pulp and paper, mining, oil and gas, retail and banking.
– Protoview Reviews
Recommended to libraries supporting graduate studies in business administration and is an excellent source of scholarly essays plus provides references for further research. This resource fills a need for scholarly information on corporate social responsibility.
– Lucy Heckman, Associate Professor/Librarian, St. John's University, American Reference Books Annual (ARBA)