Corporate Involvement in Community Economic Development: The Role of U.S. Business Education
Business & Society
This article reports a study of how leading U.S. business schools incorporate one important dimension of corporate citizenship—corporate involvement in community economic development (CI/CED)—in their curricula and programs. Corporate citizenship, or social responsibility, is shown to have several important and unexpected locations in business education. In addition, the authors develop a rationale forwhy and howspecific topics such as CI/CED as well as the general topic of corporate citizenship are appropriate for business school attention. © 2002, Sage Publications. All rights reserved.
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Wood, Donna J.; Davenport, Kimberly S.; Blockson, Laquita C.; and Van Buren, Harry J., "Corporate Involvement in Community Economic Development: The Role of U.S. Business Education" (2002). Faculty Publications. 3422.