The global response from business to social and environmental issues during the past decade has created a corporate responsibility movement.
But what has been the impact of this movement? The financial crisis that began in 2007 has led more and more people to question the fundamentals of our economic system.
Now, some within the corporate responsibility movement are developing a vision and practice of a new form of capitalism, one that will require collective action to achieve. Bendell and Doyle draw on Lifeworth's annual reviews of corporate responsibility and explain how business leaders, stakeholders and related academe now need to experiment with new models that address the fundamental flaws of contemporary capitalism, including monetary systems, enterprise ownership, and regulation.
This book will be a fantastic resource for business libraries, as it records and analyses key events, issues and trends in corporate responsibility during the first decade of the 21st century.
It is a sequel and companion to Bendell's previous work, The Corporate Responsibility Movement.