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Giuseppe Argiolas

Management and Social Responsability

ECO 205 Management and Social Responsability

Ore di lezione frontale: 42


Core Course in Economics and Management



This course aims to provide, on the one hand, a systematic analysis of major managerial theories, and, on the other, to reflect on the important and variegated phenomena of Corporate Social Responsibility. This will be done highlighting the connections between anthropological vision, organizational and business theories and managerial models. It will consider different approaches to Corporate Social Responsibility under both the academic and institutional perspectives. A particular focus will be brought to human capital management as a key strategic asset for a multidimensional business success.

Bibliografia di riferimento:

ARGIOLAS G., Social Management: Principles, Governance and Practice, Springer, Heidelberg 2017.
CARROLL A.B., BUCHHOLTZ A.K., Business & Society: Ethics and Stakeholder Management, 6e, Thomson – South-Western, Mason Ohio 2006.
FOSS N.J. (ED.), Knowledge, Economic Organization and Property Rights. Selected Papers. Edward Elgar Publishing 2009.
GOODPASTER K., Business Ethics: Policies and Persons, McGraw-Hill, New York 2006.