Is corporate social responsibility in Europe in need of intervention?

close up of Rosa Fernandez

What does corporate social responsibility (CSR) look like in Europe? That’s what Rosa Fernández of the University of Spain will discuss at an upcoming lecture.

The talk, “The Uneven Progress of CSR Practices in Europe: A Window for Public Intervention”, will take place WedneRosa Fernándezsday, Feb. 8, from 12:30 to 2pm, at 305 York Lanes, Keele campus. Everyone is welcome and light refreshments will be served.

Rosa Fernández

Fernández will give an overview of corporate social responsibility practices in several European countries and consider the possibility of public intervention to regulate the various CSR strategies. Andrew Crane, the George Gardiner Professor of Business Ethics at York’s Schulich School of Business, will be the discussant for the lecture.

Fernández teaches in the Department of Applied Economics, Distance Education, at the University of Spain. The talk is sponsored by York’s European Union Centre of Excellence.

For more information, visit the European Union Centre of Excellence website.