Corporate Social Responsibility and Regulatory Governance Towards Inclusive Development?
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Annekathrin Ellersiek was a visiting research fellow at UNRISD from 2010 to 2011 and continues on as a collaborating researcher.Peter Utting is Deputy Director of the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD).Mario Pianta is Professor of Economic Policy at the University of Urbino.
PETER UTTING is Deputy Director and Co-ordinator of the Markets, Business and Regulation Program of UNRISD, Switzerland. JOSE CARLOS MARQUES is a Researcher for the Markets, Business and Regulation Program of UNRISD, Switserland.
|List of Tables, Figures and Box|
|Notes on the Contributors|
|List of Abbreviations and Acronyms|
|Introduction: The Intellectual Crisis of CSR|
|CSR and Changing Modes of Governance: Towards Corporate Noblesse Oblige?|
|Wal-Martization and CSR-ization in Developing Countries|
|Corporate Social Responsibility in a Neoliberal Age|
|Linking Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Policy in Zambia|
|Business, Corporate Responsibility and Poverty Reduction|
|Transnational Corporations and Poverty Reduction: Strategic and Regional Variations|
|Cross-Sector Partnership as an Approach to Inclusive Development|
|Growing Sustainable Business in Eastern Africa: The Potential and Limits of Partnerships for Development|
|Private Food Governance: Implications for Social Sustainability and Democratic Legitimacy|
|Spaces of Contestation: The Governance of Industry's Environmental Performance in Durban, South Africa|
|Challenging Governance in Global Commodity Chains: The Case of Transnational Activist Campaigns for Better Work Conditions|