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Public policies on Corporate social responsibility: The role of Governments in Europe


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Publication Details
Authors: Albareda L, Lozano, JM, Ysa, T.
Editors of book: Kaplan A
Edition name or number: Sage Publication Series. Sage Library in Business and Management
Publishing place: London
Publication year: 2015
Language: English
Title of parent publication: European Business and Management
ISBN: 9781473925144
JUFO-Level of this publication: 3
Open Access: Not an Open Access publication

Abstract

The purpose of this article1 is to analyze the different CSR public policies
adopted by European governments in order to promote responsible and sustainable
business practices. This research sets out from the initial hypothesis
of establishing, how the design and implementation of public policies promoting
CSR reveals changes in governments’ capacity for action and impact
in social and environmental issues in their relationship with businesses. We
mention that a unidirectional approach to the public policy analysis neither
gives an answer to the needs of present-day societies (responsiveness), nor
does it enable us to understand the new challenges facing social governance
in depth. As a result, it seems limited to analyze public policies from the outmoded
approach of ‘hard power.’


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