Plateforme de Connaissances sur les Chaînes de Valeur Alimentaires Durables

Competitiveness and Corporate Social Responsibility


This course offers ways to address and better understand the basic concepts underlying competitiveness and corporate social responsibility (CSR). CSR is explored from the firm and nation state perspective, allowing for a consideration of the relative responsibilities and challenges of both the private and public sectors. A course to explore both conventional and innovative policies, strategies, and actions associated with CSR. Course material offers theory and evidence that can help policymakers and business and civil society executives, through focused and systematic corporate social responsibility interventions, to positively influence national and corporate competitiveness. Also included are the complex dilemmas facing the private and public sectors as they increasingly represent multiple interests and a host of old and new stakeholders. The objective of this learning program is to provide participants with cutting edge perspectives, frameworks, and ideas on how a country or a firm can create and sustain a competitive advantage when demonstrating corporate social responsibility.

Pays: Non-country specific
Produits: Non-Commodity specific
Thèmes: Market power
Organisation auteur: World Bank (WB)
Éditeur: The World Bank Group
Catégorie: E-learning materials
Niveau: Advanced
Type: Learning material
Format: Online material
Références: EN
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