When Is There a Sustainability Case for Corporate Social Responsibility?

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Minna Halme of Aalto University School of Business, Jukka Rintamäki of City University of London, Jette Steen Knudsen of Tufts University, Leena Lankoski of Aalto University School of Business, and Mika Kuisma of Aalto University School of Business. They recently published an article in Business & Society entitled “When Is There … Continue reading When Is There a Sustainability Case for Corporate Social Responsibility?

An Update on Tourism Economics

SAGE Publishing is very pleased to welcome Albert Assaf from the University of Massachusetts, and Raffaele Scuderi (Kore University of Enna) who have joined as the new Editors of Tourism Economics, taking over from Stephen Wanhill who remains as Editor Emeritus and an active member of the editorial board. Tourism Economics covers the business aspects … Continue reading An Update on Tourism Economics

Is It Unfair to Blame Fast-Food Corporations for Obesity?

According to an online article from the Obesity Action Coalition, in the United States there are approximately three hundred thousand fast-food establishments and 33.8% percent of the country's population is obese. But how closely are the two connected? Who's to blame if they are? Judith Schrempf discusses this in her article "A Social Connection Approach … Continue reading Is It Unfair to Blame Fast-Food Corporations for Obesity?

The CSR Agenda: Part 4 of 5

On Tuesday, Forbes published a case study about a corporate social responsibility strategy that spelled the difference between life and death: Around 2000, Xerox was in big trouble. According to Dr. Joseph Cahalan, Xerox’s Vice President of Communications and Social Responsibility, the company was literally “days” away from filing for bankruptcy. Still, employees didn’t defect … Continue reading The CSR Agenda: Part 4 of 5