Governments And Corporate Social Responsibility: Public Policies Beyond Regulation and Voluntary Compliance by J. LozanoGovernments And Corporate Social Responsibility: Public Policies Beyond Regulation and Voluntary Compliance by J. Lozano

Governments And Corporate Social Responsibility: Public Policies Beyond Regulation and Voluntary…

byJ. Lozano, L. Albareda, T. Ysa

Hardcover | December 4, 2007

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This book presents an analytical framework for understanding how governments develop policies of corporate social responsibility (CSR). The research analyses CSR public policies in 15 European Union countries, and it defines four models of governmental approach from a relational perspective.
LAURA ALBAREDA Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Social Sciences at ESADE Business School, Spain. Her research interests include corporate social responsibility, business ethics, and global governance and public authorities.JOSEP M.LOZANO Professor and Senior Researcher in Corporate Social Responsibility at ESADE Business School,...
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Title:Governments And Corporate Social Responsibility: Public Policies Beyond Regulation and Voluntary…Format:HardcoverDimensions:207 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.56 inPublished:December 4, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230525563

ISBN - 13:9780230525566

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Table of Contents

Introduction Governments and corporate social responsibility: context, aim and perspectives A relational governance approach to analysing public policies on corporate social responsibility European Union: from the Green Paper to the European Alliance on CSR The Partnership model: Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands and Sweden The Business in the Community model: the UK and Ireland The Sustainability and Citizenship model: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and Luxembourg The Agora model: Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain, The role of international and intermediary organisations Conclusion