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Corporate Social Responsibility as a tool for sustainable development -The public sector endorsement of CSR in the development of the world’s periphery

By Maria Cecilie Pautsch Weischer

Abstract

Corporate Social Responsibility as a tool for sustainable development -The endorsement of CSR in the development of the world’s periphery The project addresses whether corporate social responsibility (CSR) can be used to internalize externalities into enterprises and at the same time include the corporations into a broader societal quest for national and perhaps internationally defined sustainable development goals. “Can CSR be used as a tool for sustainable development in the developing world?” The research question is aimed at the case for developing countries, with a certain focus on the role of the public sector. Discussion of CSR, of the public sector roles, and Public Private Partnerships

Topics: CSR, Corporate Social Responsibility, Public Private Partsnership, PPP, Development, Public sector roles, sustainable development, developing countries, Bottom of the pyramid, corporate citizen, multi-stakeholder partnership, power
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:rudar.ruc.dk:1800/2929

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