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The United Nations Global Compact
A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 11)

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ISBN 9781783530045
Published July 1, 2003 by Routledge
146 Pages

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Book Description

A broad range of contributors, including the Compact's Georg Kell, bring us up to date on the first steps of this nascent initiative . 

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Editorial World Review Introduction Malcolm McIntosh, independent commentator and Visiting Professor, Universities of Bath and Nottingham, UK, and Waikato Management School, New Zealand, and tutor at the Sustainability Institute, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, with David Murphy Turning Point: Trust Building and Trust Busting: Corporations, Government and Responsibilities Steven D. Lydenberg, Domini Social Investments, USA Turning Point: Time for Investors to Stand Up and Be Counted Timothy Smith, Walden Asset Management and The Social Investment Forum, USA The Global Compact: Origins, Operations, Progress, Challenges Georg Kell, Executive Head, Global Compact, United Nations, New York Learning from Experience: The United Nations Global Compact Learning Forum 2002 Sandra Waddock, Boston College, Carroll School of Management, USADe-compacting the Global Compact Thomas Donaldson, Wharton School, Philadelphia, USA Corporate Citizenship in the Extended Enterprise: How the Global Compact Links Business and Society James E. Post and Tanja D. Carroll, Boston University, USA Corporate Social Responsibility as Citizenship and Compliance: Initiatives on the Domestic, European and Global LevelLisa Whitehouse, University of Hull, UK Labour Standards through International Organisations: The Global Compact in Comparative PerspectiveIan Hurd, Northwestern University, USA Opportunities and Risks of the United Nations Global Compact: The Novartis Case Study Klaus M. Leisinger, Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development and University of Basel, Switzerland United Nations Global Compact Cities Programme. The Melbourne Model: Solving Hard Urban Issues Together David Teller, Committee for Melbourne, Australia Book Review Diary of Events

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