Strategies to Foster Corporate Social Responsibility at the Age of Globalization
Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy; Sciences Po School of Law
January 6, 2007
RESPONSABILITÉS DES ENTREPRISES ET CORÉGULATION, Thomas Berns, ed., Bruylant: Bruxelles, 2007
The paper summarizes the results of the research carried out at the Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). It analyses the dynamics of the CSR movement and the instruments and actors that put corporations under pressure to commit themselves in CSR programs and to implement them. It explains why CSR flourish in the current global environment and argues that CSR may be explained as a typical case of coregulation as a model of global law.
Note: Downloadable document is in French.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 50
Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Ethics, Global Law, Human Rights, NGOs, Legal TheoryAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: January 7, 2012
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