Eighth international conference 2022

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.A.

Global Corporate Governance: Sustainability and Equity

Who we are

The Global Corporate Governance Institute is one of the largest international associations focusing on responsible business. It joins scholars, business executives, NGO’s and students engaged in the study of and dissemination of information about the responsibilities and achievements of businesses in a world of global commerce.

Annual international conferences

The Institute annually organizes the International Conference on CSR, Sustainability, Ethics and Governance with delegates from over 40 nations who present their latest research and their practical implications for business, society, academia and politics.

Publication of a book series by Springer

The Institute promotes the publication of a Book Series “CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance” published by Springer International, Switzerland and carries out different initiatives to transfer knowledge with the aim to achieve a more sustainable World.

The GCGI was founded by Professor Nicholas Capaldi, Legendre- Soulé Distinguished Chair in Business Ethics at Loyola University, New Orleans, USA following a meeting in London, UK with Samuel O Idowu in 2013.

At its inception like many other new things, the executives of the organization and their members were unsure of what the future had in stock for the GCGI but they were all convinced that the organization had a role to play in the globalized world of the second millennium.

Early in 2013, Capaldi and a few members of the small network had just

At its inception like many other new things, the executives of the organization and their members were unsure of what the future had in stock for the GCGI but they were all convinced that the organization had a role to play in the globalized world of the second millennium.

Early in 2013, Capaldi and a few members of the small network had just completed work on the publication of an Encyclopedia of Corporate Social Responsibility (ECSR) project with contributors drawn from about fifty-two countries spread across the globe, many of these contributors understandably became members of the GCGI and have continued to support its global activities in the drive to make our world sustainable.

 completed work on the publication of an Encyclopedia of Corporate Social Responsibility (ECSR) project with contributors drawn from about fifty-two countries spread across the globe, many of these contributors understandably became members of the GCGI and have continued to support its global activities in the drive to make our world sustainable.

Mission

Objectives and Focus Areas

The GCGI works with scholars practitiones and business to build a sustainable future for all the occupants of planet Earth. The principles of sustainable business practices that the GCGI encorages all global citizens both corporate and individual are encompassed in the following

Have in place responsible and ethical corporate leaders and employees.

All corporate entities free themselves from all forms of discrimination and unethical practices.

Manage responsibly their actions in responsibility social, environmental, and economic.

Work with other partners to promote actions that should sustain our world.

All entities to embed responsible behaviour through their core activities.

Respect all international agreements on human rights and labour issues.

Structure of Governance

28 people from 15 countries and 20 universities collaborate in the organization of the GCGI through its Executive Committee, Board of Directors and the Academic Advisory Committee.

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