Research workshop “An agenda for research on CSR in developing countries”
|About the event|
Research workshop “An Agenda for Research on CSR in Developing Countries” will be held on October 4, 2018 within the first day of the international research conference GSOM Emerging Markets Conference 2018.
This focus of this workshop is to set a new direction for CSR research in the context of developing countries and the ‘micro-issues’ of CSR. A large volume of CSR literature has focussed on macro issues around organizations, institutions, ethics, stakeholders, performance and strategy in the context of developed economies. The developing country context has two differentiators- explicit need for development and the CSR mechanism to achieve such development. Drawing on the ongoing work involving 70+ companies as well as consulting experience with several corporations, Dr. Subhasis Ray will present possible directions for CSR research in developing countries.
Students, graduate students of SPbU, GSOM Emerging Markets Conference 2018 participants are welcome to participate.
|>||Working language is English.|
|>||When and where: October 4, 16.30-18.30, Room 1208|
Professor of marketing and sustainability, Xavier University, India
Dr. Subhasis Ray is Professor of Marketing & Sustainability at Xavier Institute of Management, Xavier University, India. He is the founder Director of the Centre for Resettlement, Rehabilitation and Corporate Social Responsibility at XIMB. The Centre works on industrial development induced displacement and CSR, consulting leading Indian corporations like Tata Steel, NTPC and Jindal.
An alumnus of IIM Calcutta, Osmania University Hyderabad and Vienna University of Business & Economics, Austria, prior to joining academia, Dr. Ray has led marketing and strategy initiatives at several group companies of British Petroleum, Hilti Corporation Germany and Tata Consulting Services.
Prof Ray has been an invited speaker/panellist/faculty on sustainability, CSR and markets in 23 countries at several Top 100 universities including Harvard Business School, Yale University, INSEAD France and University of Queensland, Australia. He has taught courses on CSR/sustainability in Russia, Finland, Japan and Peru. His current interests include the on-ground impact of social entrepreneurship, sustainability and CSR. He has authored several articles on CSR and sustainability including an edited volume on ‘CSR Implementation: Indian Perspectives’ published by Springer.
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