Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -498) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The concept of CSR Names and definitions CSR basic debate Delimitation from neighbouring concepts Models and three types of thinking History Drivers and dividers Corporations Corporate reputation Corporate social contract Corporate citizenship Globalization Benefits Management and business strategy Triple bottom line CSR and human rights CSR and social rights Developing countries CSR as a tool to fight poverty Environment Measurability Stakeholders CSR by areas and countries Self-regulation and codes of conduct CSR and the media TNCs and CSR Small companies CSR literature NGOs and CSR Examples of business-CSR relationships Reporting Partnerships CSR in some specific sectors Liberal professions Research collaboration Socially responsible investment Voluntary or mandatory The norms on transnational corporations with regard to human rights Institutions and other entities Awards Criticism New realities and trends.
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