James Krohe Jr.
Corporate social responsibility used to be about good citizenship in one’s hometown; today it entails being a good citizen of the world. But what does that mean? What are the standards for transnationals operating in different countries, each with its own guidelines and ideas about how a socially responsible corporation should behave? In a global community, should there be one standard of conduct regarding the environment, working conditions, human rights? Can there be? And who gets to decide?
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