1st Edition

Corporate Social Responsibility in Asia
A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 13)

ISBN 9781783530052
Published January 8, 2004 by Routledge
154 Pages

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Book Description

This special issue takes a step towards redressing the current imbalance of attention and bringing some greater focus to CSR initiatives within Asia.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


World Review


David Birch, Deakin University, Australia, and Jeremy Moon, Nottingham University Business School, UK     Turning Point: Business and Human Rights: Mixing Profit and Principles in the Global Marketplace

Jacob Park, Green Mountain College, USA Turning Point: The Emerging Practice of Corporate Citizenship in Australia

Trevor Lucas, Southern Cross University, Australia Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe and Asia: Critical Elements and Best Practice

Richard Welford, University of Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China

Corporate Governance and Financial System Development: Asia–Pacific in Comparative Perspective

Peter G. Szilagyi, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, and Jonathan A. Batten, Deakin University, Australia; Seoul National University, South Korea

Globalisation, Free Trade and Corporate Citizenship in Pacific Forum Island Countries: How Relevant is the United Nations Global Compact?

Biman C. Prasad, University of the South Pacific, Fiji

Implementation Deficits of Ethical Trade Systems: Lessons from the Indonesian Cocoa and Timber Industries

Michael Blowfield, University of Sussex, UK; Boston College, USA

Implementing Voluntary Labour Standards and Codes of Conduct in the Thai Garment Industry

Alex Kaufman, Ekalat Tiantubtim, Nongluck Pussay

apibul and Patrick Davids, Kenan Institute Asia, Thailand

Eliminating Child Labour from the Sialkot Soccer Ball Industry: Two Industry-Led Approaches

Sehr Hussain-Khaliq, LEAD-Pakistan, Pakistan

A Comparative Analysis of Corporate Social Responsibility Awareness: Malaysian and Singaporean FirmsBala Ramasamy and Hung Woan Ting, Nottingham University Business School, Malays

Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in Malaysia: Progress and Prospects

Paul Thompson, Nottingham University Business School, Malaysia, and Zarina Zakaria, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Environmental Reporting and Firm Performance: Evidence from Thailand

J. Thomas Connelly and Piman Limpaphayom, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

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