Course Subject
PADM-GP
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Course Number
2127
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Course Credit
3
points

Corporate Social Responsibility: Social Finance Partnerships and Models

Course Description

Corporate social innovation is an evolving practice of organizations of varying size and purpose to adapt to business activities with mission-driven models that produce social and environmental outcomes. The course will rigorously explore the evolution and modalities of corporate social responsibility, with particular attention to cross-sector collaboration with government and civil society, often using innovative social finance mechanisms, impact measurement, to get there. This course looks specifically at how different cross-sector partnerships advance the field, emerging trends, and tactics to advance sustainable innovation.

Prerequisites

None

Semester
Spring
Summer

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