William Bourdon – Shall whistleblowers’ protection be extended? (video)

On the 7th of December 2020, William Bourdon (Lawyer and Founding Partner at Bourdon & Associés) gave his presentation within the Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics Blog’s End-of-Year Seminar Series 2020 entitled “CSR, Whistleblowing and Human Rights” and organized by Dr. Costantino Grasso, Dr. Dawn Carpenter, and Dr. Luca d’Ambrosio. The series has been organised in partnership … Continue reading William Bourdon – Shall whistleblowers’ protection be extended? (video)

Bruce Herbert – Shareholder Activism and Corporate Ethics: Impacting Public Corporations (video)

On the 2nd of December 2020, Bruce Herbert (Founder and Chief Executive of Newground Social Investment) gave his presentation within the Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics Blog’s End-of-Year Seminar Series 2020 entitled “CSR, Whistleblowing and Human Rights” and organized by Dr. Costantino Grasso, Dr. Dawn Carpenter, and Dr. Luca d’Ambrosio. The series has been organised in partnership with … Continue reading Bruce Herbert – Shareholder Activism and Corporate Ethics: Impacting Public Corporations (video)

Mary Inman – Do Financial Incentives for Whistleblowers Work? The Global Expansion of Whistleblower Reward Programs (video)

On the 26th of October 2020, Mary Inman (Lawyer and Partner at Constantine Cannon LLP) gave her presentation during the second seminar of the Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics Blog’s End-of-Year Seminar Series 2020 entitled “CSR, Whistleblowing and Human Rights” and organized by Dr. Costantino Grasso, Dr. Dawn Carpenter, and Dr. Luca d’Ambrosio. The series has been organised … Continue reading Mary Inman – Do Financial Incentives for Whistleblowers Work? The Global Expansion of Whistleblower Reward Programs (video)

How to Enhance Social Responsibility with Seemingly Irresponsible Behavior

*** Download the article as a PDF *** Introduction To be socially responsible, organizations must deliver value for investors and society. Yet despite the growth in corporate social responsibility (CSR), many major challenges such as tropical deforestation and climate change are greater today than when the CSR movement began accelerating in the 1990s. The problem … Continue reading How to Enhance Social Responsibility with Seemingly Irresponsible Behavior

Guest Post: Desire for a Return to “Original Social Responsibility”

Dr. Rod Wallace contributes to today’s guest post. He is a Fulbright Fellow, economist, consultant, and speaker who helps businesses make more money by solving society’s problems. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) can be more than society crying for help. It can also represent a fundamentally new approach to creating profit that will enhance investor return … Continue reading Guest Post: Desire for a Return to “Original Social Responsibility”

Anti-corruption corporate white list: A further step towards the establishment of good corporate citizenship?

Acting as an international expert in the area of corruption and good governance for the Council of Europe - Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law, I have recently been given the honour of working within the project CLEP (Controlling corruption through Law Enforcement and Prevention), which aims at supporting the reform of the … Continue reading Anti-corruption corporate white list: A further step towards the establishment of good corporate citizenship?

Compliance programs as a way to foster good corporate governance in the financial sector (video)

A new video lecture of the series Digital CSR is now available. It was a privilege to host a special guest lecture within my Corporate Governance module at Coventry University Law School, which was delivered by Gabriella Margherito and Michael Knight-Robson that are two recognized experts in anti-financial crime compliance in the banking sector. The lecture, … Continue reading Compliance programs as a way to foster good corporate governance in the financial sector (video)

The Competition and Markets Authority’s compensation campaign: Is the UK on the way to adopting an award system for corporate crime reporting?

This article has been inspired by the discussion that took place during the international conference "Whistleblowers: Voices of Justice" that was held in London on the 10th of May 2019. The awarding of whistleblowers is a subject that has always presented two polarising views. On one hand, the view is that whistleblowers should be compensated … Continue reading The Competition and Markets Authority’s compensation campaign: Is the UK on the way to adopting an award system for corporate crime reporting?