Australasian Perspectives on Corporate Citizenship
A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 4)
This special issue, devoted to Australasian perspectives, is timely in a debate in the region that is gaining momentum every day. Contributors to this issue are leading scholars in the field in Australia, New Zealand and India .
Table of Contents
Table of Contents EditorialWorld Review Introduction David Birch, Corporate Citizenship Research Unit, Deakin University, Australia Commentary: The Social Responsibility of CorporationsLeon A. Davis, Chairman, Westpac Banking Corporation; Deputy Chairman, Rio Tinto Community as a Stakeholder: Focusing on Corporate Social and Environmental ReportingMichelle R. Greenwood, Monash University, Australia The Implementation of OECD Corporate Governance Principles in Post-Crisis AsiaJustin Iu and Jonathan Batten, Deakin University, Australia Discovering the Needle of Trust in the Haystack of Distrust. International and Corporate Citizenship Alliances: Indian/Australian ExperiencesDavid Kimber, School of Management, RMIT Business, Australia, and S. Raghunath, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India Corporate Volunteering: Ad hoc Interaction or Route to Dialogue and Partnership?Louise Lee, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, and Colin Higgins, Massey University, New Zealand Social Reporting and Australian Banks: Endorsement or Pretence to the Triple Bottom Line?Mary E. Sweeney, University of Melbourne, Australia, and Anona Armstrong, Gary O’Donovan and Maree Fitzpatrick, Victoria University, Australia Corporate Barbarism to Corporate Citizenship: A Psycho-philosophical InquiryShitangshu Chakraborty, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India