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This article addresses the voluntary CSR concept, forming an argument to show why law, and specifically company law, has to be involved to get companies to contribute to climate change mitigation, and how CSR may contribute to a truly responsible business debate.
This article discusses the CSR reporting provision in the Danish Financial Statements Act. Particular attention is paid to the option to report through a Communication of Progress Report submitted to the United Nations (UN) Global Compact, and the background and possible impact of that option.
This article discusses the works council's role in the determination of a company's CSR strategy and the implementation thereof throughout the organisation. The association of the works councils of multinational companies with a base in the Netherlands has recently developed a 'Model Code on...
This article presents some important developments in collective bargaining agreements in Norway. In several of the most important national agreements new statements concerning sustainability as a subject for social dialogue at company level have been implemented.
After explaining how the Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund, the Government Pension Fund - Global (GPFG) and its Ethical Guidelines work, this article will argue that there is growing consensus that sustainable development is a legitimate concern for all investors. Hence, using ethics guidelines...
This article considers the recent consultation rounds in the UK regarding the number of women company directors. It looks at some of the publicly available responses and the possible measures to increase the number of women in company boardrooms.
This article explores how the most important decision-makers in Norwegian companies perceive the 'interests of the company'? Does the understanding of 'shareholder interests' define 'company interests'? By using the results from three different surveys, this article examines the attitudes of...
Business enterprises - and public- service institutions as well - are organs of society. They do not exist for their own sake, but to fulfil a specific social purpose and to satisfy a specific need of society, community, or individual. They are not ends in themselves, but means. - Peter F. Drucker
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