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Corporate Social Responsibility Across the Globe: Innovative Resolution of Regulatory and Governance Challenges


ISBN13: 9781108470025
Published: June 2023
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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Corporate Social Responsibility Across the Globe demonstrates many ways that CSR can be applied by law to overcome regulation and governance challenges around the world. Using interdisciplinary and comparative models and perspectives, the book challenges dominant understandings of CSR, such as neoliberal voluntarism, and demonstrates the regulatory and governance implications of an interdependent relationship between CSR and the law. The book identifies substantive and procedural barriers for CSR in national, public, and private international law. By analyzing, deconstructing, and reframing CSR in these contexts, the book underlines opportunities for more effective application of CSR as a governance mechanism. Chapters investigate relevant regulation concepts, paradigms and approaches for CSR; methods for infusing CSR in corporate governance; and ways to facilitate private regulation of CSR in more developed, emerging, and developing jurisdictions.

Subjects:
Commercial Law
Contents:
1. Introduction: The Centrality of Regulation in Corporate Responsibility
Onyeka K. Osuji
Part A. Regulation Concepts, Paradigms and Approaches for Corporate Social Responsibility
2. The Dynamics of Regulatory Transformation: An Environmental Perspective
Gary Lynch-Wood
3. Values System Paradigm as a Regulatory Alternative to Stakeholder Needs CSR
Onyeka K. Osuji
4. Incentives, Public Procurement and Market Mechanisms
Franklin N. Ngwu
5. Governance of Firms, Poverty and Shared Responsibilities for Human Rights in UNGPs: Smart-Mix Regulation and Corporate Social Responsibility within Coalitions of the (Un)Willing
Onyeka K. Osuji, Gary Lynch-Wood
Part B. Infusing Corporate Social Responsibility in Corporate Governance:
6. CSR, Directors and Top Management Officers: Responsibility and Accountability Pathways
Onyeka K. Osuji
7. Structural Limits and Structural Opportunities for Shareholder Regulation David Williamson
Gary Lynch-Wood
8. SMEs: Untapped Platform for Sustainable CSR Penetration and Practice in Developing and Emerging Markets
Franklin N. Ngwu
Part C. Stimulating Private Regulation of Corporate Social Responsibility:
9. Shareholders, Institutional Investors and Socially Responsible Investment
Franklin N. Ngwu
10. Professional Advisory Services and CSR Responsibilisation, Accountability and Transparency
Onyeka K. Osuji
11. Towards an Understanding of Civil Regulation: Context Sensitivity Model for the Firm and the Environment
Gary Lynch-Wood
12. Inventive interventionist regulation of transnational business, sport, cultural and entertainment organisations
Onyeka K. Osuji
13. Postscript: Rendezvous of Regulation and Corporate Social Responsibility