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Controversies in International Corporate Responsibility

International Corporate Responsibility Series, Volume 3

John Hooker, John F. Hulpke, and Peter Madsen, Editors

This volume contains a selection of papers originally presented at the Third Conference on International Corporate Responsibility, which was held in 2006 at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. It includes intensive discussions by prominent scholars from many countries of codes of business conduct for multinational enterprises, socially responsible investing, corporate reputation and globalization, corporate responsibility and environmental issues, investment in developing economies, and responsible marketing.

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  • This conference was organized by the Center for International Corporate Responsibility at Carnegie Mellon University, which believes that advances in business ethics require a truly international approach that accounts for cultural differences. The Center was established in 2002 to raise awareness and increase understanding of the global consequences of corporate decisions. The Conference on International Corporate Responsibility is sponsored by the Carnegie Bosch Institute for Applied Studies in International Management at Carnegie Mellon University, which also supported this publication.


    · ISBN-13: 978-1-889680-56-9 · ISBN: 1-889680-56-7 · Paperback· 427 pages · Published October 2007 ·
    · ISSN 2154-3496 (online) · Online access to the Series includes volumes 2, 3, 4 ·


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