Dr Mark Anthony Camilleri is a resident academic lecturer in the Department of Corporate Communication. He lectures in an international masters programme run by the University of Malta in collaboration with King’s College, University of London. Mark specialises in strategic management, research and evaluation. He successfully finalised his PhD (Management) in three years’ time at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland - where he was also nominated for his "Excellence in Teaching”. During the past years, Mark taught business subjects at under-graduate, vocational and post-graduate levels in Hong Kong, Malta, Spain, UAE and the UK.
Dr Camilleri has published his research in peer-reviewed journals and chapters. He is a member on the editorial board of Springer's International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility. He is a frequent speaker and reviewer at the American Marketing Association’s (AMA) Marketing & Public Policy Conference, in the Academy of Management's (AoM) Annual Meeting and at Humboldt’s International CSR Conference. Mark is also a member of the academic advisory committee in the Global Corporate Governance Institute (USA).Dr Camilleri has authored “Creating Shared Value through Strategic CSR in Tourism” in 2013. He also edited “CSR 2.0 and the New Era of Corporate Citizenship” in 2016.
This approach is based on the tradition of the Social Responsibility Research Network, which in its 15-year history has sought to broaden the discourse and to treat all research as inter-related and relevant to business. This book consists of the best contributions from the 16th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility and 7th Organisational Governance Conference held in Derby, United Kingdom in August/September 2017.
CSR 2.0 and the New Era of Corporate Citizenship is an authoritative reference source for the latest scholarly research on the ways in which corporate entities can implement responsible strategies and create synergistic value for both businesses and society. Featuring extensive coverage across a range of relevant perspectives and topics, such as corporate citizenship, stakeholder engagement, and business ethics, this publication is ideally designed for students, academics and researchers seeking current concise and authoritative research on the business case for corporate social responsibility.