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Corporate Social Responsibility in India

August 2014 | Director Notes

Given India’s global influence, there is much potential for its vision of mandatory CSR, which anticipates CSR as a central component of corporate activity, to spread to the rest of the world.

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The Good Struggle

29 July, 2014 | Hot Off The Press

The question of how to lead successfully and responsibly is crucially important in our high-pressure, turbulent world. In his new book, Joseph Badaracco answers this question in practical and provocative ways.

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility in India

    August 2014 | Director Notes

    Given India’s global influence, there is much potential for its vision of mandatory CSR, which anticipates CSR as a central component of corporate activity, to spread to the rest of the world.

  • Proxy Voting Fact Sheet (July 2014)

    July 2014 | Proxy Voting Fact Sheet

    An analysis of annual shareholder meetings at Russell 3000 companies shows shareholder proposals on the disclosure of corporate political contributions doubled since 2009, signaling continued concern about a lack of transparency.

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Webcasts

  • What Social Impact Bonds Mean for Corporate Philanthropy

    11 June, 2014 | KnowlEdge Series®

    How can the process of developing, measuring, and achieving metrics through a social impact bond model guide corporate philanthropy departments and foundations as they build social impact measurement frameworks?

  • The Good Struggle

    29 July, 2014 | Hot Off The Press

    The question of how to lead successfully and responsibly is crucially important in our high-pressure, turbulent world. In his new book, Joseph Badaracco answers this question in practical and provocative ways.

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Benchmarking Corporate Philanthropy

The Giving in Numbers: 2013 Edition analyzes giving trends by some of the world's largest companies.

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