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Preuss, M. Gold, C. Rees, Routledge, 2014). In 2011, her co-authored paper Building Organizational Trust in a Low-Trust Societal Context in Journal of Business Ethics was announced Highly Commended Award Winner in Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2011 competition. Rasa Pusˇinaite˙ is Associate Professor at Vilnius University. Since 2008, she has given lectures on Microeconomics, Cultural Economics, Culture Management, Environmental Economics, Business and Environment. Her background is management and business administration from Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania.
Also, he is a teaching assistant (associate fellow) at the Faculty for Organizational Sciences of Belgrade University, on the course: “EU norms and regulations in quality—CE marking” (2006–present). He has published more than 60 articles, and List of Contributors xxxv he is a co-author of one book and one handbook for the University course: CE marking of industrial products. Duygu Turker is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Administration at Yasar University, Izmir, Turkey. A.
The second phase in terms of environmental dimension dominated the debate at the time of the Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe: An Introduction 9 rise of public environmental awareness from the 1960s until the 1990s. The final phase which they note happened through intensive globalization, which turned the focus on the global social and environmental responsibility in the late 1990s and onwards. According to Mikkila¨ et al. the diversity of corporate responsibility concepts shows up within the three Finnish business types in 2000s: large-scale industries, traditional small and medium-scale enterprises and newly established innovative enterprises.