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Getting down to business: lessons from the African Peer Review Mechanism
T. Corrigan / South African Institute of International Affairs 2014
The Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is an initiative aimed at fostering good governance and development in its participating states. As part of its multi-pronged inquiry, it devotes a great deal of attention to investigating corpo...
‘Good Citizens’: corporate social responsibility in Africa
T. Corrigan / South African Institute of International Affairs 2014
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a growing consideration for businesses. The Country Review Reports (CRRs) compiled through the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) provide a unique lens through which CSR application in Africa...
A Guide to Traceability: A practical approach to advance sustainability in global supply chains
Global Compact 2014
This detailed study from the UN Global Compact Office and BSR provides an overview of the importance of traceability for sustainability objectives, as well as global opportunities and challenges. The guide presents practical steps for...
Private sector development in fragile states
S. Datzberger; M. Denison / Economic and Private Sector PEAKS 2013
Private Sector Development (PSD) has been treated as an area of programming which is separate from post-conflict stabilisation for a long time. However, practitioners and scholars alike have recently recognised the potentials of PSD p...
Business and Human Rights: An Oxfam perspective on the UN Guiding Principles
R. Wilshaw; B. Timms; S. Niven / Oxfam 2013
This concise overview of the guiding principles, also known as the Ruggie Framework, clearly sets out the responsibilities of businesses to respect human rights. It contains case studies from Oxfam's work and examples of actions compa...
Is corporate self-disclosure effective?
J.L. Short; M.W. Toffel / Harvard Business School 2007
Programmes encouraging firms to police their own regulatory compliance and voluntarily disclose the violations they find are becoming increasingly important elements of regulatory strategy, and may be beginning to displace traditional...
Does self-policing improve environmental performance?
M.W. Toffel; J.L. Short / Harvard Business School 2008
This paper evaluates the self-regulatory practice known as self-policing among businesses, which involves encouraging regulated entities to monitor their own compliance with the law and report and correct violations they discover. The...
Assessing the impact of certification standards and corporate codes of conduct
M.J Hiscox; C. Schwartz; M.W. Toffel / Harvard Business School 2008
Social Accountability 8000 Standard (SA 8000) and similar corporate codes are promoted as a necessary tool to improve workplace conditions, especially in nations that lack robust enforcement of regulatory standards.These certification...
A review of the emerging management literature on self-regulatory institutions
A. King; M.W. Toffel / Harvard Business School 2007
This paper discusses how institutions can resolve environmental problems. The paper reviews the emerging management literature on self-regulatory institutions, suggesting that these institutions can provide practical solutions to envi...
Addressing the challenges of developing and managing sustainable ventures
United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative 2009
Sustainable ventures are business initiatives and activities that improve human wellbeing and the environment on a profitable basis in ways that are scalable and replicable. They are initiatives on the micro-level, operated by busines...
Items 1 to 10 of 217

Items 1 to 10 of 216

Getting down to business: lessons from the African Peer Review Mechanism
T. Corrigan / South African Institute of International Affairs 2014
The Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is an initiative aimed at fostering good governance and development in its participating states. As part of its multi-pronged inquiry, it devotes a great deal of attention to investigating corpo...
‘Good Citizens’: corporate social responsibility in Africa
T. Corrigan / South African Institute of International Affairs 2014
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a growing consideration for businesses. The Country Review Reports (CRRs) compiled through the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) provide a unique lens through which CSR application in Africa...
A Guide to Traceability: A practical approach to advance sustainability in global supply chains
Global Compact 2014
This detailed study from the UN Global Compact Office and BSR provides an overview of the importance of traceability for sustainability objectives, as well as global opportunities and challenges. The guide presents practical steps for...
Private sector development in fragile states
S. Datzberger; M. Denison / Economic and Private Sector PEAKS 2013
Private Sector Development (PSD) has been treated as an area of programming which is separate from post-conflict stabilisation for a long time. However, practitioners and scholars alike have recently recognised the potentials of PSD p...
Business and Human Rights: An Oxfam perspective on the UN Guiding Principles
R. Wilshaw; B. Timms; S. Niven / Oxfam 2013
This concise overview of the guiding principles, also known as the Ruggie Framework, clearly sets out the responsibilities of businesses to respect human rights. It contains case studies from Oxfam's work and examples of actions compa...
Is corporate self-disclosure effective?
J.L. Short; M.W. Toffel / Harvard Business School 2007
Programmes encouraging firms to police their own regulatory compliance and voluntarily disclose the violations they find are becoming increasingly important elements of regulatory strategy, and may be beginning to displace traditional...
Does self-policing improve environmental performance?
M.W. Toffel; J.L. Short / Harvard Business School 2008
This paper evaluates the self-regulatory practice known as self-policing among businesses, which involves encouraging regulated entities to monitor their own compliance with the law and report and correct violations they discover. The...
Assessing the impact of certification standards and corporate codes of conduct
M.J Hiscox; C. Schwartz; M.W. Toffel / Harvard Business School 2008
Social Accountability 8000 Standard (SA 8000) and similar corporate codes are promoted as a necessary tool to improve workplace conditions, especially in nations that lack robust enforcement of regulatory standards.These certification...
A review of the emerging management literature on self-regulatory institutions
A. King; M.W. Toffel / Harvard Business School 2007
This paper discusses how institutions can resolve environmental problems. The paper reviews the emerging management literature on self-regulatory institutions, suggesting that these institutions can provide practical solutions to envi...
Addressing the challenges of developing and managing sustainable ventures
United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative 2009
Sustainable ventures are business initiatives and activities that improve human wellbeing and the environment on a profitable basis in ways that are scalable and replicable. They are initiatives on the micro-level, operated by busines...
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