TI released its progress report on the OECD Anti-Bribery convention this week. Meanwhile, a new survey says that almost 1 in 5 company employees consider it acceptable to pay bribes to win or retain business. Deborah Hardoon, Senior Research Coordinator at TI, considers business responsibility. Milton Friedman’s view that a company’s only social responsibility is […]
Who’s responsible for Corporate Social Responsibility?
Corporate responsibility and anti-corruption – Is there a case for greater integration?
It’s impossible these days not to notice the steady stream of news coverage on bribery and corruption scandals from the pages of financial papers like the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times into mainstream media and the blogosphere. Bribery allegations, prosecutions and record-setting fines, many of which involve corporate titans, are reported in the press […]
Corporate Social Responsibility: Gaining steam
Transparency International (TI) Germany’s work in support of strengthening adherence to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises got a boost on July 4th when the European Women Lawyers Association (EWLA) adopted a “Resolution on Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe”. The resolution urges European lawmakers and corporations to commit to corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a […]
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