8 edition of Corporate accountability and sustainable development found in the catalog.
Corporate accountability and sustainable development
|Statement||edited by Peter Utting and Jennifer Clapp.|
|Series||Ecological economics and human well-being|
|Contributions||Utting, Peter., Clapp, Jennifer, 1963-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||2008335996|
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) presents significant risks and opportunities for many organizations. Stakeholders expect boards and management to accept responsibility and implement strategies and controls to manage their impact on society and the environment, to engage stakeholders in their endeavors, and to inform the public about their. A wide range of case studies, drawing on experiences of both public- and private-sector initiatives in Europe, the United States, Canada, South America and Asia, offer insightful analysis of the complex relationships between the state, the market and civil society in the development of CSR, accountability and sustainable development. The book Cited by:
Our team. Meet some of the staff and board behind the global campaign to build a world where corporations answer to people — not the other way around. This chapter introduces the concept of business sustainability and corporate accountability, its importance, relevance, and its various components. Business sustainability is a process of creating sustainable value for all stakeholders by focusing on profit, planet, and people.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes statistical tables. Description: xvi, pages: maps ; 23 cm. Contents: Corporate responsibility, accountability, and law / Jennifer Clapp and Peter Utting --Sustainable development, corporate sustainability, and corporate social responsibility / Stefano Pogutz --Sustainability / Arild Vatn --Social and environmental.
This book is a valuable resource for academics and upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students in the fields of human/social geography, economics, business studies, sustainable development.
Accountability The obligation that an organization takes on to ensure that it meets its responsibilities. is a concept in corporate governance The set of processes, rules, policies, laws, and institutions by which businesses are directed, administered, or controlled.
that is the acknowledgement of responsibility by an organization for actions, decisions, products, and policies that it undertakes. View our complete catalog of authoritative Environment and Sustainability related book Corporate accountability and sustainable development book and textbooks published by Routledge and CRC Press.
This book provides analysis of the complex relationships between the state, the market and civil society in the development of CSR, accountability and sustainable Format: Hardcover. The main contribution of this paper towards theory development is that meaningful corporate accountability framework in the context of sustainability can connect social progress to the economic Author: Munif Mohammed.
Linkage Between Accountability and Sustainable Development to MNCs According to the above definition of accountability, each individual will have an innumerable relationship with different individuals, parties, and organizations.
Book Description. While sustainability has become a buzzword in discussions about the environment and development, work on theories of sustainable development has received much less attention. However, theory is vital as understanding the origins and development of the concept is the key to achieving successful implementation of sustainability.
Cooperation and Development’s Development Assistance Committee affirms that “there is growing consensus on the value of human rights principles— such as participation, non-discrimination and accountability—for good and sustainable development practice,” and File Size: KB.
For this reason, the paradigm shift towards the pivotal role and significance of corporate social responsibility and accountability fostering sustainable development and facing challenges, such as poverty, climate change and environmental degradation, should not mean that the role of public good governance must decrease and the general level of.
Corporate accountability is the performance of a publicly traded company in non-financial areas such as social responsibility, sustainability, and environmental ate.
Corporate responsibility and sustainable development are two concepts that may be able to reconcile many of the big challenges facing the world; challenges such as tensions between respect for the natural environment, social justice, and economic development; the long view versus short-term imperatives and the competing priorities between developed and developing : Lez Rayman-Bacchus, Philip R Walsh.
Get this from a library. Business strategy for sustainable development: leadership and accountability for the '90s. [Business Council for Sustainable Development.; Deloitte & Touche.; International Institute for Sustainable Development.;] -- This report determines the role of business in sustainable development, and the market and profit opportunities it presents; defines the strategic.
OF SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS IN 1 COLLABORATION FOR CLIMATE ACTION 04 Governments, industry groups and the C-suite are catalyzing corporations to accelerate climate action 2 SMARTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SDGS 06 Corporate commitments to the UN Sustainable Development Goals will get SMARTer 3 FROM OUTPUT TO IMPACT 08 Managing impact is the new.
Corporate Accountability in International Environmental Law Elisa Morgera. Provides a comprehensive overview of the subject area, including an historical perspective and a combination of theoretical analysis and pragmatic observation of current practice. A holistic perspective for navigating and exploring the CSR landscape.
Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Sustainable Value Creation, Fifth Edition, redefines corporate social responsibility (CSR) as being central to the value-creating purpose of the firm and provides a framework that firms can use to navigate the complex and dynamic business landscape.
Based on a theory of Brand: SAGE Publications. Business strategies for sustainable development Based on the book Business Strategy for Sustainable Development: Leadership and Accountability for the 90s, published in by the International Institute for Sustainable Development in conjunction with Deloitte & Touche and the WorldFile Size: KB.
Zadek's book, The Civil Corporation: the New Economy of Corporate Citizenship (/) received the Academy of Management's Best Book Social Issues Award in and has been called one of the most influential books on sustainability, by the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership.
Writings Books. Simon Zadek. Born: 16 JulyLondon, United Kingdom. The Future Of Corporate Responsibility. the foremost platform for the development, implementation and disclosure of responsible and sustainable corporate.
Communities that face profound corporate abuse are essential in leading the transformation of our world. To achieve the change we need, we must organize shoulder-to-shoulder with people who bear the brunt of corporate abuse: women, people of color, people in the Global South, indigenous people, youth, and low-income communities around the world.Introducing the key concepts in corporate social responsibility, the authors bring together the essential issues relevant to the responsible management of businesses, not-for-profit organizations and government.
NGOs; risk management; stakeholder theory and .Corporate Social Responsibility, Accountability and Governance explores this missing link between CSR (and associated reporting initiatives) and governance mechanisms that are capable of embracing true stakeholder accountability.
the market and civil society in the development of CSR, accountability and sustainable development. The book.