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Convergence and coherence in international CSR instruments: Implications for business in the Asian and Pacific Region

A variety of instruments have emerged globally and locally to help companies implement corporate social responsibility (CSR): principles, management standards, reporting indicators and others. These instruments have arisen over the past two to three decades in the absence of clear legal frameworks on the roles and responsibilities for businesses in the areas of environment, labour, human rights, corruption and others. Many of these standards have their roots in the major international conventions on labour, human rights, and environment, leading to a certain degree of convergence of topics.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
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