Advocacy organisations have traditionally played a prominent role in shaping corporate social responsibility (CSR) management and reporting practices. Recent years have seen advocacy organisations expand the nature and content of their engagement interactions by trying to influence the emergence of institutional-level CSR frameworks and placing added emphasis on challenging the nature of companies’ implementation of CSR frameworks. Conor Clune examines how two influential advocacy organisations sought to shape the nature and content of CSR management and reporting mechanisms implemented by companies in the UK and the Netherlands.
C. Clune: Shaping Corporate Social Responsibility Management and
Reporting through Engagement: The Role of Advocacy Organisations.
Prof. B.G.D. O'Dwyer
Dr M. Canning (University College Dublin)
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