£470 + VAT
CSR in Developing Economies
- Development agent or development tool?
- Theories of development
- The business-poverty framework
- Business as a cause for poverty
- Business as poverty’s victim
- Business as a solution
- Assessing the business response
- Heads of organisations, chief officers, chairpersons, board members and directors.
- Heads of departments, and senior managers & executives interested in corporate social responsibility (CSR).
- Managers of tomorrow who wish to develop modern business practices and find ways to act in a truly responsible way.
- Those who see business as being increasingly central to addressing global concerns and society’s expectations of going beyond wealth creation, against a backdrop of financial crises, climate change, political shifts, and population growth.
- Those who want their business to maximise profits whilst also being publicly accountable for its social and environmental record.
- Those who are concerned about the role of business in modern society.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand:
- The role of business in social and economic development.
- What it means for business to be an agent of development.
- The circumstances under which business takes on a developmental role.
- The limitations of business as a force for development.