Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Sustainability

  title={Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Sustainability},
  author={Ivan Montiel},
  journal={Organization \& Environment},
  pages={245 - 269}
  • Ivan Montiel
  • Published 1 September 2008
  • Business
  • Organization & Environment
This article reviews the different definitions of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate sustainability (CS) used over time to reveal points of difference and congruence between the two terms. Management literature uses both CSR and CS to refer to social and environmental management issues, but there is no clear distinction between the two terms. First, the author quantifies the articles published about CSR and CS in both general management and specialized journals. Second, the… 

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