The limits of supply chain responsibility – A critical analysis of CSR instruments

One challenge in the area of supply chain management has been achieving sustainable compliance with labour rights throughout the entire production chain, including lower tiers of production. This article inquires specifically around sub-contracting, especially what is a brand’s or a … Continue reading » “The limits of supply chain responsibility – A critical analysis of CSR instruments”

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Defining the Limits of Corporate Responsibilities against the Concept of Legal Positive Obligations

There is currently a widespread societal expectation for businesses to respect and support human rights. The apparent simplicity of this expectation contrasts sharply against the difficulty of specifying with precision the boundaries of corporate social responsibilities (CSR). This Article argues … Continue reading » “Defining the Limits of Corporate Responsibilities against the Concept of Legal Positive Obligations”

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Some Elements in Knowledge Gaps on Business and Human Rights with Regard to a Future Research Agenda

For the CSR movement the challenge is broadly speaking to make responsible business practices both effective and sustainable in the long run, communicate them credibly to third parties, and institutionalise them more widely in the business community. In this article, … Continue reading » “Some Elements in Knowledge Gaps on Business and Human Rights with Regard to a Future Research Agenda”

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Institutionalisation of corporate social responsibilities: synergies between the practices of leading multinational enterprises and human rights law/policy

The study accounts for recent developments in corporate voluntarism and assesses the evolving corporate social responsibility (CSR) regime. CSR proposes a new norm for how large businesses should approach complexity in a modern economy. The first chapter anchors the CSR … Continue reading » “Institutionalisation of corporate social responsibilities: synergies between the practices of leading multinational enterprises and human rights law/policy”

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Institutionalisation of corporate social responsibilities : synergies between the practices of leading multinational enterprises and human rights law/policy

The study accounts for recent developments in corporate voluntarism and assesses the evolving corporate social responsibility (CSR) regime. CSR proposes a new norm for how large businesses should approach complexity in a modern economy. The first chapter anchors the CSR … Continue reading » “Institutionalisation of corporate social responsibilities : synergies between the practices of leading multinational enterprises and human rights law/policy”

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