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Corporate Social Responsibility and the Value of Corporate Moral Personhood

By Stephen Brendan Dunne


This is the author's final draft of the version published as Culture and Organization, 2008, 14 (2), pp135-149 and can be accessed online at

Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Year: 2008
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