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Corporate Social Responsibility and the Shaping of Global Public Policy
 
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Corporate Social Responsibility and the Shaping of Global Public Policy
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan
 
 
 
 
 
 
08 Jun 2007
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£58.00
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9781403974532
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This book introduces readers to the dynamic networks made up of businesses, NGOs and multilateral organizations that, for better and for worse, define corporate social responsibility (CSR) today. It examines the work of these CSR networks that are taking on the "heavy-lifting" of global governance.


Description

This book introduces readers to the dynamic networks made up of businesses, NGOs and multilateral organizations that, for better and for worse, define corporate social responsibility (CSR) today. It examines the work of these CSR networks that are taking on the "heavy-lifting" of global governance.


Reviews

'This important book, written by Matthew Hirschland during his time at the US-based membership body Business for Social Responsibility, where he was a director, examines the success of these voluntary efforts at filling this 'governance gap'.' - Alistair Townley, Ethical Performance, 2007


Contents

The New Global Business Regulation: Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility
CSR Practice Meets Theory: Global Governance and Global Public Policy Networks
Managing Global Economic Transformations: The History of Regulating the Corporation, Then and Now
Market Heal Thyself: Socially Responsible Investment Networks
Wrestling with Pigs: Partnerships for Public Policy
Private Supply Chain Management: Code Making and Enforcement Networks A Public Role for Private Actors: Conclusions and the Road Ahead


Authors

MATTHEW HIRSCHLAND is Director of Research & Communications at Business for Social Responsibility.