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This book introduces readers to the dynamic networks made up of businesses, NGOs and multilateral organizations that, for better and for worse, define corporate social responsibility (CSR) today. It examines the work of these CSR networks that are taking on the ''heavy-lifting'' of global governance in places where traditional public policy and international law fail to provide basic protection for people and the natural environment.
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