CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE UNIT
The course aims to analyze the concept of corporate social responsibility, understood as a way of enlarged corporate governance, examining the related managerial, organizational and communication features.
COURSE CONTENTS SUMMARY
The course deals with the issue of corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a way of enlarged corporate governance that requires the definition of strategies able to balance the interests of all stakehoders: a perspective of corporate governance that embraces both economic-financial aspects both environmental, social and sustainability aspect. The course analyzes the related disclosure aspect too.
K. Furlotti, Strumenti e processi di comunicazione della responsabilità sociale d'impresa, McGraw-Hill, 2009.
ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA
Written final exam
Lectures, tutorials and seminars.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
Voluntariness, motivation and CSR issues
Studies in CSR
CSR and corporate governance
CSR as a governance enlarged
Accountability - indirect instruments of accountability
CSR and social enterprise: the social cooperative
The phenomenon of co-operatives
CSR and corporate information
CSR and social reporting - direct instruments of accountability: environmental report, intangible report, mission report, sustainability report, social report