RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
CSRI publishes original research on promising approaches to solving complex public problems. Our reports and working papers are written by CSRI's faculty, fellows, and staff members, as well as affiliated scholars and practitioners, and are frequently published with colleague organizations. Our faculty and fellows regularly publish books, book chapters, op-eds, articles, and blog posts. Recent publications include:
Jenkins, Beth, Richard Gilbert, and Piya Baptista. Sustaining and Scaling the Impact of Enterprise Development Programmes: SABMiller’s Approach to Strengthening Business Ecosystems. CSRI and Business Fights Poverty, January 2014.
A New Global Partnership with Business: Delivering the Post- 2015 Development Agenda CSRI, Business Action for Africa and The Partnering Initiative, September 2013.
Jenkins, Beth, Kara Valikai, and Piya Baptista. The Coca-Cola Company's 5by50 Initiative: Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Across the Value Chain. CSRI and Business Fights Poverty, September 2013.
Gradl, Christina. Sumitomo Chemical and the Fight Against Malaria Using Bednets: A Case Study. CSRI, July 2013.
Bringing a Human Rights Lens to Stakeholder Engagement. Shift and CSRI, 2013.
Jenkins, Beth, and Lorin Fries. Project Nurture: Partnering for Business Opportunity and Development Impact. CSRI, May 2013.
Books and Book Chapters
Ruggie, John. Just Business: Multinational Corporations and Human Rights. W.W. Norton, 2013.
Nelson, Jane, and David Grayson. Corporate Responsibility Coalitions: The Past, Present, and Future of Alliances for Sustainable Capitalism. Stanford University Press, 2013.
Nelson, Jane, in Getting to Scale: How to Bring Development Solutions to Millions of Poor People, Laurence Chandy, Akio Hosono, Homi Kharas, and Johannes Linn, eds. Author of Chapter 12: "Scaling Up Impact through Public-Private Partnerships." The Brookings Institution Press, 2013.
Op-Eds, Articles, and Blog Posts
Nelson, Jane. "Sustaining and Scaling the Impact of Enterprise Development Programmes: SABMiller’s Approach to Strengthening Business Ecosystems." Business Fights Poverty, January 20, 2014.
Jenkins, Beth. "What Does It Mean to Economically Empower Women through the Coca-Cola Value Chain?" Business Fights Poverty, September 18, 2013.
Gradl, Christina, and Jan Stilke. "Functional Impact Investing Ecosystems Reduce Risk." Business Fights Poverty, June 20, 2013.
Nelson, Jane. "Strengthening Inclusive Business Ecosystems - Building Capacity for the Next Generation of Project Nurtures." Business Fights Poverty, May 12, 2013.
Nelson, Jane. "A Call to Action for Business." YOUth Magazine, Spring 2013.
Ruggie, John. "Progress in Corporate Accountability." Institute for Human Rights and Business, February 4, 2013.