Corporate Social Responsibility: The Corporate Governance of the 21st Century - 2nd edition / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
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- Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
The current theory of corporate social responsibility (CSR) is developing along three interwoven lines – oral, social, and environmental. Although everybody recognizes that although CSR is of growing concern in a globalized economy, it being at the top of the board of director’s agenda and also good for business, there is no sign of consensus on its rules, structures, or procedures. Now, this collection of essays by leading jurists, businesspeople, and academics takes a giant step toward a more cohesive and durable set of principles that can contribute to a cleaner environment and a better society while respecting and protecting the interests of all stakeholders.
|Publisher:||Wolters Kluwer Law & Business|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.80(h) x 1.50(d)|
Table of ContentsForeword. 1. Undelimited Concept of CSR. 2. Names and Definitions. 3. CSR Basic Debate. 4. Delimitation from Neighbouring Concepts. 5. Models and Types of Thinking. 6. History. 7. Drivers and Dividers. 8. Corporations. 9.
Corporate Reputation. 10. Corporate Social Contract. 11. Corporate Citizenship. 12. Globalization. 13. Benefits. 14. Management and Business Strategy. 15. Triple Bottom Line. 16. CSR and Human Rights. 17. CSR and Social Rights. 18. Developing Countries. 19. CSR as a Tool to Fight Poverty. 20.
Environment. 21. Measurability. 22. Stakeholders. 23. CSR by Areas and Countries. 24. Self-Regulation; Codes of Conduct. 25. CSR and the Media. 26.
TNCs and CSR. 27. Small Companies. 28. CSR Literature. 29. NGOs and CSR. 30.
Examples. 31. Reporting. 32. Partnerships. 33. CSR in Some Specific Sectors.
34. Liberal Professions. 35. Research Collaboration. 36. Socially Responsible Investment. 37. Voluntary or Mandatory. 38. Corporations and Other Business Enterprises with Regard to Human Rights. 39. Institutions and Other Entities.