New books by Professor Mette Morsing

 The cbsCSR professor is the co-editor behind two books on corporate social responsibility


Director of CBS Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, Professor Mette Morsing, is the co-editor behind two brand new CSR book publications.

With Karin Buhmann, Copenhagen University, and Lynn Roseberry, Copenhagen Business School, Professor Morsing has edited Corporate Social and Human Rights Responsibilities, which has just been published by London Palgrave MacMillan. From a law and management perspective, the authors of the book examine the floating boundaries between regulation and non-regulation of corporate social responsibility. The book is the result of a conference held jointly by Copenhagen University's life science department and CBS Centre for CSR in November 2008. More information here.

With internationally acknowledge CSR and business ethics professor Andrew Kakabadse, Cranfield Business School, Professor Morsing has edited Bedrifters samfunnsansvar. Hvordan forene ønsker og praksis? which has been published in Norwegian with Tapir publishing house in Oslo. The book examines a number of critical standpoints to CSR from academics as well as practitioners. International contributors include Ed Freeman, Rama Velamuri, Chris Marsden, Juliet Roper, Francesco Perrini and Antonio Tencati. From CBS, Steen Vallentin, Steen Thomsen, Eva Boxenbaum and Jette Steen Knudsen have contributed. More information here.

Sidst opdateret: Communications // 12/10/2012