Balancing business interests with government interests in CSR

Government rationality as an explanation for Denmark’s introduction of mandatory CSR reporting

Karin Buhmann

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OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Balanced Company : Organizing for the 21st century
RedaktørerInger Jensen, John Damm Scheuer, Jacob Dahl Rendtorff
Udgivelses stedFarnham
ForlagGower Publishing
Publikationsdato2013
Sider81-108
Kapitel5
ISBN (Trykt)9781409445593
StatusUdgivet - 2013
NavnCorporate social responsibility

Emneord

  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • business self-regulation
  • Government rationality and CSR
  • CSR reporting, mandatory
  • årsregnskabsloven § 99a
  • 'Government Public policy and CSR
  • 'Government case for CSR' as business case corrollary

Citer dette

Buhmann, K. (2013). Balancing business interests with government interests in CSR: Government rationality as an explanation for Denmark’s introduction of mandatory CSR reporting. I I. Jensen, J. D. Scheuer, & J. D. Rendtorff (red.), The Balanced Company: Organizing for the 21st century (s. 81-108). Farnham: Gower Publishing. Corporate social responsibility
Buhmann, Karin. / Balancing business interests with government interests in CSR : Government rationality as an explanation for Denmark’s introduction of mandatory CSR reporting. The Balanced Company: Organizing for the 21st century. red. / Inger Jensen ; John Damm Scheuer ; Jacob Dahl Rendtorff. Farnham : Gower Publishing, 2013. s. 81-108 (Corporate social responsibility).
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Buhmann, K 2013, Balancing business interests with government interests in CSR: Government rationality as an explanation for Denmark’s introduction of mandatory CSR reporting. i I Jensen, JD Scheuer & JD Rendtorff (red), The Balanced Company: Organizing for the 21st century. Gower Publishing, Farnham, Corporate social responsibility, s. 81-108.

Balancing business interests with government interests in CSR : Government rationality as an explanation for Denmark’s introduction of mandatory CSR reporting. / Buhmann, Karin.

The Balanced Company: Organizing for the 21st century. red. / Inger Jensen; John Damm Scheuer; Jacob Dahl Rendtorff. Farnham : Gower Publishing, 2013. s. 81-108 (Corporate social responsibility).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

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