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Responsible Leadership in Times of Transformation

The importance and prominence of Corporate Social Responsibility across industries and cultures is increasingly shaping corporations' conceptions of themselves and their role in society. Our world becomes rapidly more complex and uncertain. This requires us to take the sustainability debate beyond moralizing but towards the promotion of a holistic approach able to reshape businesses and institutions. 

In order to drive the transformation towards sustainability as the "new normal", it needs a new generation of managers and leaders. This special issue seeks to encourage a broad, encompassing conversation to explore how sustainable development and sustainable business will transform in a global context, as well as how a new generation of responsible leaders can be empowered to shape a more sustainable future for a global community.

  1. In the ongoing debate on the relation of cultural differences and national innovativeness this research aims to find out which of the seven cultural dimensions of The Culture Map (communicating, evaluating, leadi...

    Authors: Viola Isabel Nyssen Guillén and Carsten Deckert

    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:7

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  2. The topic of financial sustainability in microfinance institutions has become more important as an increasing number of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) seek operational self-sufficiency, which translates into...

    Authors: Laxmi Remer and Hanna Kattilakoski

    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:5

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  3. The purpose of this qualitative review is to analyze empirical studies on whether the existing generations differ in their work beliefs, i.e. in their internal CSR perceptions and their leadership motivation, ...

    Authors: Susanne Rank and Francoise Contreras

    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:4

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  4. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is like a chameleon, that changes its colour according to the context it is in. In the developed economy, it takes the form of sustainability and/ or philanthropy, whereas...

    Authors: Nayan Mitra

    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:3

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  5. Even though the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been applauded for several decades, the concept of stakeholder engagement is relatively new to the Ghanaian mining sector. This study invest...

    Authors: Peter Ansu-Mensah, Emmanuel Opoku Marfo, Lyon Salia Awuah and Kwame Oduro Amoako

    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:1

    Content type: Original Article

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  6. Sustainability is currently one of the main issues in all media and in society as a whole and is increasingly discussed in science from different sides and areas. Especially for the automotive industry, sustai...

    Authors: Wanja Wellbrock, Daniela Ludin, Linda Röhrle and Wolfgang Gerstlberger

    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2020 5:10

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  7. The importance of Chinese International Construction Companies (CICCs) within the construction sector in Africa can no longer be ignored, as these firms hold a considerable amount of market share within the Af...

    Authors: Oluwasegun Oluwaseyi Seriki

    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2020 5:8

    Content type: Original Article

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