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Corporate Social Responsibility—Guidelines and Best Practices

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Part of the CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance book series (CSEG)

Abstract

We provide a comprehensive review of various principles and guidelines of CSR around the world describing the multi-dimensionality and the interdisciplinary approach to undertake our study in chapters that follow. The chapter summarizes all the relevant guidelines and best practices across the globe based on various published surveys and reports. We first discuss the best practices across advanced and emerging economies. Secondly, we provide a summary of guidelines that governs the CSR practices as proposed by various organisations such as UN, OECD etc.

Keywords

Corporate Social Responsibility Global Reporting Initiative Global Compact United Nations Global Compact Affective Organisational Commitment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Madras School of EconomicsChennaiIndia

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