The Case Centre Award winners

Ethics and Social ResponsibilityEthics and Social Responsibility category

Please note that an award was made for the first time in this category in 2006. These awards were previouly known as the European Case Awards (1991-2010) and the ecch Case Awards (2011-2013).


Enel's Innovability: Global Open Innovation and Sustainability
Felipe Monteiro and José Miguel García Benavente
Ref 719-0058-1


TOMS Shoes: The Buy-one-give-one Social Enterprise Business Model
Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas and Ana Roncha
London College of Fashion
Ref 717-0007-1


Uber and the Ethics of Sharing: Exploring the Societal Promises and Responsibilities of the Sharing Economy
N Craig Smith and Erin McCormick
Ref 717-0037-1


Sustainability as Opportunity: Unilever’s Sustainable Living Plan
Joanne Lawrence and Kevina Kenny, Hult International Business School
Andreas Rasche, Copenhagen Business School
Ref HLT327-13-1001EC


CULT Girl: Responsible Management and Self-Management of Subjectivity at Work
Rasmus Johnsen and Navid Baharlooie
Copenhagen Business School
Ref 713-070-1


IKEA in Russia: Ethical Dilemmas
G. V. Muralidhara and Namratha V. Prasad
ICFAI Business School (IBS)
Ref 713-037-1


CSR and the Tobacco Industry: A Contradiction in Terms?
Susan Schneider and Anca Pintilii
GSEM Geneva School of Economics and Management
Ref 713-067-1


McDonald’s: Corporate Social Responsibility Challenge
Magdalena Öberseder, Elisabeth Götze, Anna-Maria Saupper and Christian Wilhelmer
WU Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
Ref 711-033-1


Blue Monday
Henri-Claude de Bettignies and Charlotte Butler
Ref 710-030-1


Marks & Spencer: The Business Case for Plan A
Heiko Spitzeck
Cranfield School of Management
Ref 709-018-1


IKEA's Global Sourcing Challenge: Indian Rugs and Child Labor (A)
Christopher A Bartlett, Vincent Dessain and Anders Sjöman
Harvard Business School
Ref no 9-906-414


innocent Drinks: Values and Value
Robert Brown and David Grayson
Cranfield University School of Management and EABIS
Ref 708-041-1


Procter and Gamble PuR Purifier of Water (TM) (A): Developing the Product and Taking it to Market 
Margaret Hanson and Karen Powell
Ref no 706-057-1


The Wal-Mart Supply Chain Controversy 
N Craig Smith and Robert Crawford
London Business School
Ref no 706-043-1


The Co-operative Group: Fairtrade Chocolate
Stephanie Robertson, Chris Voss, Adrian Clarke and Josephine Brennan
London Business School
Ref no 704-056-1


GlaxoSmithKline and Developing Country Access to Essential Medicines (A)
N Craig Smith and Anne Duncan
London Business School (Senate Hall Academic Publishing)
Ref no JBEE2-1CS1

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