The Age of Responsibility: CSR 2.0 and the New DNA of Business

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'The book is thought provoking, insightful and at the same time easy to read...a must read.' (BalticCSR.wordpress.com, May 2011). '...this book is tremendously well researched and the main message is crystal clear... I strongly recommend reading.' (AheadAhead.com, May 2011). '...deeply reflective of the state of the world...society, business and people who change our lives...we should all read this book.' (Lohas.de, June 2011). '...offers a wealth of case studies... easy to navigate and digest... Visser's message is one of optimism and hope.' (Bookgeeks.co.uk, June 2011).

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'The book is thought provoking, insightful and at the same time easy to read a must read. (BalticCSR.wordpress.com, May 2011). this book is tremendously well researched and the main message is crystal clear I strongly recommend reading. (AheadAhead.com, May 2011). deeply reflective of the state of the world society, business and people who change our lives we should all read this book. (Lohas.de, June 2011). offers a wealth of case studies easy to navigate and digest Visser s message is one of optimism and hope. (Bookgeeks.co.uk, June 2011).

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