Recognising a ‘Government case for CSR’

Public policy objectives’ impact on Global Governance through institutionalisation of CSR and business access to rule-making at intergovernmental level

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLegitimacy and Efficiency in Global Economic Governance
EditorsBiagio Bossone, Maria Chiara Malaguti, Susanna Cafaro, Saverio D. Benedetto
Place of PublicationNewcastle-upon-Tyme
PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
Publication date2013
Pages210-237
Chapter10
ISBN (Print)1-4438-5301-1, 978-1-4438-5301-9
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Externally publishedYes

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Buhmann, K. (2013). Recognising a ‘Government case for CSR’: Public policy objectives’ impact on Global Governance through institutionalisation of CSR and business access to rule-making at intergovernmental level. In B. Bossone, M. C. Malaguti, S. Cafaro, & S. D. Benedetto (Eds.), Legitimacy and Efficiency in Global Economic Governance (pp. 210-237). Newcastle-upon-Tyme: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Buhmann, Karin. / Recognising a ‘Government case for CSR’ : Public policy objectives’ impact on Global Governance through institutionalisation of CSR and business access to rule-making at intergovernmental level. Legitimacy and Efficiency in Global Economic Governance. editor / Biagio Bossone ; Maria Chiara Malaguti ; Susanna Cafaro ; Saverio D. Benedetto. Newcastle-upon-Tyme : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. pp. 210-237
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Buhmann, K 2013, Recognising a ‘Government case for CSR’: Public policy objectives’ impact on Global Governance through institutionalisation of CSR and business access to rule-making at intergovernmental level. in B Bossone, MC Malaguti, S Cafaro & SD Benedetto (eds), Legitimacy and Efficiency in Global Economic Governance. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle-upon-Tyme, pp. 210-237.

Recognising a ‘Government case for CSR’ : Public policy objectives’ impact on Global Governance through institutionalisation of CSR and business access to rule-making at intergovernmental level. / Buhmann, Karin.

Legitimacy and Efficiency in Global Economic Governance. ed. / Biagio Bossone; Maria Chiara Malaguti; Susanna Cafaro; Saverio D. Benedetto. Newcastle-upon-Tyme : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. p. 210-237.

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Buhmann K. Recognising a ‘Government case for CSR’: Public policy objectives’ impact on Global Governance through institutionalisation of CSR and business access to rule-making at intergovernmental level. In Bossone B, Malaguti MC, Cafaro S, Benedetto SD, editors, Legitimacy and Efficiency in Global Economic Governance. Newcastle-upon-Tyme: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2013. p. 210-237