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Books  Can Local CSR Enhance Global Leadership?

Elvira, Marta; Dávila, Anabella; Rodríguez-Lluesma, Carlos Even global companies need to meet the needs of the different local markets they operate in, and global leaders should be familiar with local dynamics. One way to achieve that is to address the idiosyncrasies through local-level CSR. Read article

Research Papers  Beyond Cosmetic CSR: Can Social Responsibility Be Bought?

Wickert, C.; Vaccaro, Antonino; Cornelissen, Joep Large multinationals are buying up smaller enterprises known for their strong corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices in order to bring in beneficial CSR knowledge and processes. The question is: does it work? IESE's Antonino Vaccaro investigates. Read article

Research Papers  Perverse Incentives: The Limits of Metric-Based Evaluation

Cugueró-Escofet, Natàlia; Rosanas, Josep Maria As a manager, how should you evaluate performance? The recent trend is toward ever-more-sophisticated formal models. However, in the wake of several scandals, IESE's Natàlia Cugueró-Escofet and Josep M. Rosanas point to the dangers of modelling and rigid metrics. Instead, they argue, companies desperately need to rediscover informal methods of control. Read article
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