Europe by identifying each country's current practices and university courses,
and by revealing the effect of these methods on future generations of leaders. Using a quantitative research methodology, the book presents comparisons of the current nature and implications of CSR education in a sample of 10 business schools from Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Poland, the Netherlands,
Portugal, Spain and Turkey.
About the Author
Duygu Turker is an Assistant Professor at the
Department of Business Administration in Yasar University, Izmir, Turkey. She has a BA in Business Administration at Dokuz Eylul University, an MSc in
Environmental Sciences at Ankara University, an MBA at Dokuz Eylul University,
and she received her PhD at Dokuz Eylul University in the Department of Public
Administration. She has participated in various national and international projects either as a researcher or administrator. Her research interests include CSR,
business ethics, inter-organizational relations and entrepreneurship.
Ceren Altuntas is an Assistant Professor at the
Department of International Logistics Management, Yasar University, Izmir,
Turkey. She graduated from the Department of Business Administration of Dokuz
Eylul University in 2002. She has a Master’s degree in Total Quality Management and PhD degree in Business Administration from Dokuz Eylul University. Prior to joining academia, she worked for several firms in the logistics sector
(including Arkas Holding - Hapag Lloyd and Trans Union Logistics) from 2002 to
2009. Her research interests include sustainability, ethics, supply chain management, quality management and logistics.
Samuel O Idowu is a Senior
Lecturer in Accounting at London Metropolitan University, UK and also a
Professor of CSR at Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, China. He researches in the fields of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Corporate
Governance Sustainability, Ethics and Accounting. He is a freeman of the City of London. He has led several edited books in CSR and is the Editor-in-Chief of two Springer’s reference books – the Encyclopedia of Corporate Social
Responsibility and the Dictionary of Corporate Social Responsibility
(forthcoming). He is a Series Editor for Springer’s books on CSR,
Sustainability, Ethics and Governance. One of his edited books was ranked 18th in 2010 Top 40 Sustainability Books by, Cambridge University, Sustainability
Leadership Programme. He is on the Editorial Boards of International Business
Administration Journal and Amfiteatru Economic Journal.
Table of ContentsSocial Responsibility
Education in Turkey.- Social Responsibility
Education in Germany.- Responsible Management Education in the Netherlands: To What Extent Have Dutch Business Schools Integrated CSR
into their MBA Programs?.- Social Responsibility Education in Latvia.- Social Responsibility
Education in Hungarian Context.- Shaping New
Generations of Managers and Consumers: CSR Implementation and Higher Education
System in Poland.- CSR Education in Italy: The Case of the
University of Perugia.- Education on Corporate Social Responsibility in Greece: Is There Any and Does It Affect
Students’ Perception?.- The Sate of CSR in Spain.- Corporate
Social Responsibility Education and Research in Portuguese Business School.