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Results of CEEMAN SURVEY on Management Education: Corporate Social Responsibility and Poverty

This survey was designed by Al Rosenbloom, Dominican University, River Forest, IL, USA, and Milenko Gudić, IMTA Director, CEEMAN, Slovenia, long before the breakout of the deep global crisis and carried out when its symptoms became evident. It was carried out in November 2008 in the context of CEEMAN continuous efforts to contribute to the development of responsible leadership, including through the promotion and implementation of the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME). The survey provides an interesting insight into how CSR issues are integrated into the education curricula and particularly on the attitudes towards the poor, seriousness of the poverty problem and the role that management education could play in global poverty reduction. Very indicative are also lessons regarding the most important facilitating factors in promoting the legitimacy of poverty as a management education topic.

07 Apr 2009

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