Global Corporate Citizenship

Dayal-Gulati, Anuradha, Diermeier, Daniel, Finn, Mark W.

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Dayal-Gulati, Anuradha, Diermeier, Daniel, Finn, Mark W.
DATE
2007
ISBN
9780810123830
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
FILE FORMAT
6,89 MB
FORMAT
FB2 EPUB PDF

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Global Corporate Citizenship investigates issues of corporate responsibility around the world, focusing especially on companies in developing countries that face important challenges within their own borders as well as on multinational corporations operating worldwide. Featuring impressive original field research by Kellogg School of Management graduate students in the Global Initiatives in Management Program, the book has individual sections dedicated to issues of corporate citizenship such as the environment, accounting transparency, economic empowerment, and AIDS. These issues are examined in a wide range of countries, including South Africa, China, Vietnam, Thailand, India, and Brazil. An introduction by Kellogg professor Daniel Diermeier sets the book in the context of corporations coming to terms with the complex issues involved in global corporate citizenship. Book jacket.Dayal-Gulati, Anuradha is the author of 'Global Corporate Citizenship ', published 2007 under ISBN 9780810123830 and ISBN 0810123835.

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