Corporate Citizenship in Developing Countries: - New Partnership Perspectives by Esben Rahbek Pedersen
"This book focuses on corporate citizenship in developing countries, paying special attention to inter-organisational relationships between companies, development agencies, NGOs, community groups, etc."
|Publisher:||Copenhagen Business School Press|
Table of ContentsPart One: Corporate Citizenship in Developing Countries
· Revisiting Carroll's CSR Pyramid: An African Perspective
· Business Action on Human Rights - Doing No Harm, Good Works, and Good Business in the Developing World
· Strengthening Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibilities in SMEs - Strengthening Developing Countries?
· Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability of Donor-financed Interventions in the South: The Case of Pakistan
· Corporate Citizenship and Human Rights: Reality and Prospects of the Proposed Constitutional Changes in Kenya
Part Two: New Partnership Perspectives
· From London to Stockholm and Beyond: The Role of Development Cooperation Agencies in CSR
· Corporate Social Responsibility - a New Tool in Development Aid: Can Bilateral Donors Make Business Work for the Poor?
· Combining International Consistency with Local Presence: Novozymes, Corporate Responsibility and the United Nations Global Compact
· Mainstreaming of Standards and Standards for the Mainstream - Experiences of Standard Initiatives in Public-Private Partnerships and Multi-Stakeholder Approaches
· Corporate Citizenship, Labour Rights and the Democratic Deficit
· Development Finance Institutions and Corporate Citizenship: Experiences from the Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries