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12 May 2014 CEOs From Over 300 Multinational Corporations Gather In London To Discuss Sustainability ABIS new partnership with Ethical Corporation gives you the opportunity to attend the 13th Annual Responsible Business Summit with a 25% discount for members. 12 Feb 2014 ABIS-Innoglc Study Tour Programme ABIS has partnered with InnoGLC in Shanghai China to offer its members a unique opportunity to gain insights about China. 1 May 2012 CSR and Inequality in the Niger Delta (Nigeria) The Niger Delta in Nigeria is a textbook case that demonstrates the challenge of achieving sustainable development in the context of acute inequalities. This paper seeks to address these issues. 1 Oct 2011 Mainstreaming Sustainable Coffee This article examines the case of sustainable coffee as faced by Sara Lee’s International Coffee and Tea Division. 1 Oct 2011 Business-NGO collaboration in a conflict setting: partnership activities in the Democratic Republic of Congo While business-NGO partnerships have received much attention in recent years, insights have been obtained from research in ‘stable’ contexts. 1 May 2011 The Strategic Relevance of Corporate Community Investments This paper aims to understand which strategies a multinational can adopt in emerging countries where it operates towards local communities, in terms of sustainability. 4 Dec 2008 Leadership Qualities and Management Competencies for Corporate Responsibility This study investigates the skills, knowledge and characteristics required by managers for responsible leadership. 1 May 2008 The globally integrated enterprise and its role in global governance This paper aims to explore how the model of an enterprise has dramatically changed as a result of globalisation and its subsequent impact on governance. 1 May 2008 Business and climate change: emergent institutions in global governance This paper aims to explore how multinational corporations (MNCs) may operate in the context of a so-called emergent institution which is not yet settled and taken for granted 1 May 2008 Corporate responsibility, governance and accountability: from self-regulation to co-regulation The aim of this paper is to analyze the changing role of business in a globalized society, focusing on transnational corporations as private authorities which have gained power in global governance.
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