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Reconsidering the ‘hard facts’ in CSR : From voluntary CSR on a postnational level to post-voluntarist CSR on a national level

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abstract This paper sets out to explore venues for taking normative analysis in CSR one level down from the postnational to the national level and for ‘tightening’ it from voluntary to postvoluntarist conceptions. The goal is a) to overcome the deficit of normative orientation in research on the interaction between corporations and governmental institutions and b) to reflect on a normative model of democracy that prepares the ground for postvoluntarist forms of CSR.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
keywords CSR, global governance, postnational constellation, democracy
   
name of conference ICCSR 10th Anniversary Conference 2012 (Nottingham (UK))
date of conference 26-4-2012
title of proceedings CSR Futures: Knowledge & Practice
page(s) 17
publisher ICCSR (Nottingham)
review internal review
   
profile area SHSS - Kulturen, Institutionen, Märkte (KIM)
citation Baur, D. (2012). Reconsidering the ‘hard facts’ in CSR: From voluntary CSR on a postnational level to post-voluntarist CSR on a national level. In CSR Futures: Knowledge & Practice, pp.17. Nottingham: ICCSR.