Greenleaf Online Library, is a collection of books and journals covering subjects such as corporate responsibility, business ethics, environmental policy and management, responsible business strategy and sustainable development.
“The Greenleaf Online Library (GOL) is a selected collection from the larger Sustainable Organization Library (SOL). The Greenleaf Online Library (GOL) contains more than 4000 individually searchable chapters, case studies and journal papers drawn from 300+ book and journal volumes, published by the leading independent sustainability publisher, Greenleaf Publishing and partners including the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).
Each item carries its own metadata, which means that the collection is fully searchable at the chapter/article level. GOL gives instant access to leading thinkers on sustainability; case studies on best practice from international organizations; and evidence-based research to inspire the next generation of socially responsible leaders.
GOL covers topics including sustainability, social responsibility, corporate governance, development economics and the environment. GOL is a perfect resource for MBA and management students wishing to take a lead on sustainability in their careers; researchers interested in business, management and cross-disciplinary aspects of sustainability and CSR; business and management teachers in need of engaging critical case studies for reading lists and lesson plans; schools wishing to demonstrate a commitment to PRME; and business schools working to gain AACSB or similar accreditation.”
Greenleaf Online Library can be found here: www.gseresearch.com/gol (trial access is only available on-campus), until 18 March 2016
We would welcome feedback on the trial. Please send it to my colleague Ben Crabstick firstname.lastname@example.org
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