Corporate Social Responsibility : Private Self-Regulation is Not Enough

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https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/9426
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Private Sector Opinion
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World Bank
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2012-08-13T14:03:43Z
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2012-08-13T14:03:43Z
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2011-01
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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become an established part of the global landscape, with companies throughout the world abiding by the United Nations global compact and many governments starting CSR initiatives. Michel Doucin explains the history behind the phenomenon, identifying the pioneers, including those in emerging markets, and the different interpretations of CSR. He argues for the recently adopted genuine international rules to shape a universal CSR framework.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2011/01/15572277/corporate-social-responsibility-private-self-regulation-not-enough
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/11072
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English
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Washington, DC
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Private Sector Opinion; No. 24
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CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/igo/
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ABUSE OF POWER
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APPAREL INDUSTRY
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BOARDS OF DIRECTORS
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BRANCH
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BUSINESS COMMUNITY
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BUSINESS ETHICS
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BUSINESS OPERATIONS
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BUSINESS REGULATION
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CIVIL SOCIETIES
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CIVIL SOCIETY
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COLLECTIVE
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COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
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COMPANY
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CONGLOMERATE
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COOPERATIVES
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CORPORATE AFFAIRS
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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE REFORM
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CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
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CORPORATE STRATEGY
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CORPORATION
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CORPORATIONS
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CORRUPTION
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CSR
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DEBT
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DEBT CRISIS
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DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
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ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
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ECONOMIC CRISES
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
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ECONOMIC POWER
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EMERGING MARKETS
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EMPLOYEE
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EMPLOYERS
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ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
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ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
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EXPLOITATION
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FAMILIES
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FARMERS
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FINANCE CORPORATION
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FINANCIAL CRISIS
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION
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FIRMS
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FOREIGN COMPANIES
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FOREIGN MARKETS
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FORMER DIRECTOR
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FRAUD
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GLOBAL COMPACT
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GLOBAL CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
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GLOBALIZATION
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GOVERNMENT INTERVENTIONS
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GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
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HUMAN RIGHTS
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ILLITERACY
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INCOME
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INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION
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INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
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INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION
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LARGE COMPANIES
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LISTED COMPANIES
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LOCAL COMMUNITIES
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LOCAL INSTITUTIONS
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MANAGERS
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MANUFACTURERS
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MARKET ECONOMY
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MATERNITY LEAVE
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MULTINATIONAL
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MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES
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NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
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PARTNERSHIP
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PARTY
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PHILANTHROPY
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POVERTY ALLEVIATION
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PRIVATE COMPANIES
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PRIVATE ENTREPRENEURS
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PRODUCTIVITY
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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
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PUBLIC DEBT
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REGULATORS
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REPUTATION
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RISK MANAGEMENT
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SAFETY NETS
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SAVINGS
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SEES
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SHAREHOLDER
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SHAREHOLDER VALUE
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SHAREHOLDERS
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SOCIAL BENEFITS
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SOCIAL COMPLIANCE
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
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SOCIAL INEQUALITIES
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SOCIAL INVESTMENTS
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SOCIAL PROTECTION
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SOCIAL RISK
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SOCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
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SOCIETIES
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SOCIETY
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STAKEHOLDER
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STAKEHOLDER THEORY
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STAKEHOLDERS
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STATE-OWNED COMPANIES
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STOCK MARKET
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STOCK MARKETS
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SUBSIDIARY
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SUPPLIERS
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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UNEMPLOYMENT
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UNION
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UNIVERSITIES
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WELFARE STATES
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WORKER
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WORKERS
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WORKING CONDITIONS
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Corporate Social Responsibility : Private Self-Regulation is Not Enough
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2011-12-22
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Publications & Research :: Brief
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Publications & Research
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2011/01/15572277/corporate-social-responsibility-private-self-regulation-not-enough
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Finance and Markets
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Governance
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Trade and Competitiveness
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yes
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000386194_20111222042002
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15572277
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66103
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en
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http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2011/12/22/000386194_20111222042002/Rendered/PDF/661030BRI0Box365730B00PUBLIC00PSO0240CSR.pdf
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Law and Development :: Corporate Law
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Finance and Financial Sector Development :: Microfinance
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Private Sector Development :: Emerging Markets
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Finance and Financial Sector Development :: Access to Finance
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Private Sector Development :: Corporate Social Responsibility
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Corporate Governance Forum (CSBGF)
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1 of 1

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