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The Nexus of CSR, Creative Education, and Direct Democracy

Author(s): Stephanie Looser, Seraina Mohr

Citation: Stephanie Looser, Seraina Mohr, (2020) "The Nexus of CSR, Creative Education, and Direct Democracy," Journal of Management Policy and Practice, Vol. 21, Iss. 1, pp. 42-70

Article Type: Research paper

Publisher: North American Business Press


There is a prima facie argument –intergenerational equity – that those who are affected by a decision should be involved in its taking. Currently, experts devise and shape transition pathways and their management (TPM) that hopefully deliver greater sustainability, however, do so in a governance void and direction that the youth destined to live (in) these futures find it difficult to loosen and/or share the control over these processes. 105 pupils were asked to write an essay about their future visions within the frameworks of TPM and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The paper out-lines these visions, evaluates the adopted solutions (i.e. pathways), and presents, how creative edu-cation and giving voice to the youth in a system of direct democracy could be an implementation facilitator regarding CSR.