<p>This book seeks to understand how society and businesses are affected by, and respond to, the coronavirus crisis in various parts of the world. The volume explores: new CSR perspectives given the pandemic situation; SME perspectives and responsibility during the early stages of the pandemic; how large companies responded to the crisis; the challenges and opportunities provided by the use of digital technologies; and how leaders, entrepreneurs and individuals manage in uncertain times.</p>
<p>Pulling together conceptual and empirical studies from Spain, Mexico, Sweden, Nigeria, Ghana and Kuwait , the book offers a truly international  perspective as it examines how the pandemic has challenged a number of existing CSR assumptions, concepts and practices. It will be valuable reading for academics working in the fields of management, CSR, sustainability and crisis management.</p>
<p><b>Anna Sörensson</b> is assistant professor and researcher in Department of Economics, Geography, Law and Tourism at Mid Sweden University, Sweden.</p>
<p><b>Besrat Tesfaye</b> is Associate Professor of Business Administration at Södertörn University, Sweden.</p>
<p><b>Anders Lundström </b>is professor emeritus at Mid Sweden University and managing director at the IPREG (The Institute of Innovative Entrepreneurship), Sweden.</p>
<p><b>Georgiana Grigore </b>is Associate Professor in Marketing at University of Leicester, UK.</p>
<b>Alin Stancu </b>is Professor at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania.