This study aims to identify the concepts and types of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in business schools. Moreover, it investigates the role of decision makers in implementing the ýconcept of governance in order to employ its social and economic returns and determining barriers that hinder development of social governance efficiency. Findings revealed that the business schools need to enhance implementation of CSR by conducting training programs, developing infrastructure to meet the demands of talented and gifted students, and to adopt an in-depth analysis of companies that demonstrate the role of CSR incorporated with universities.
Key Words: business school; governance; practices; responsibility; social
Governance is one of the most flexible concepts which is used by firms and organizations to enhance social responsibilities by reducing the negative side effects of investments in different projects –––(Cashore 2002). Read Full Article