Corporations, globalisation, and the law. Elgaronline.
This book examines the concepts of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the context of globalisation and its many challenges, focusing on different legal perspectives that arise.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction / Nina Boeger, Rachel Murray and Charlotte Villiers 2. Corporate social responsibility in law and policy / Halina Ward 3. Misappropriating citizenship : the limits of corporate social responsibility / Joseph Corkin 4. The United Nations, human rights and transnational corporations : challenging the international legal order / Sorcha MacLeod 5. Corporate law, corporate power and corporate social responsibility / Charlotte Villiers 6. Varieties of capitalism and the learning firm : corporate governance and labour in the context of contemporary developments in European and German company law / Peer Zumbansen 7. Corporate social responsibility : do corporations have a responsibility to trade fairly? : can the Fairtrade Movement deliver the duty? / Janet Dine and Kirsteen Shields 8. Reflexive governance, meta-regulation and corporate social responsibility : the "Heineken effect" / Colin Scott 9. Locating the "environment" within corporate social responsibility : continuing problems of legal definition and representation / David M. Ong 10. Engaging individuals / Sally Wheeler.