Edited by Joanne B. Ciulla and Tobey K. Scharding
Chapter 8: How can universities promote corporate responsibility in their supply chains? The experience of the University of Notre Dame
Universities are not only institutions of higher education; they also constitute powerful economic actors not the least as buyers of products and services for their own use and for sale to their customers. A special category of the products are the clothes, sportswear, memorabilia and many other goods which carry – often conspicuously – the logo of the university. The chapter narrates the 20-plus year history of the search of the University of Notre Dame for its policy to promote corporate responsibility in its supply chains of Notre Dame trademark licensed products. It concludes with policy suggestions for other universities and outlines several research opportunities.
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