The UN Global Compact is the most renowned corporate social responsibility initiative in the world. The UN Global Compact brings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars and practitioners who have theorized, studied, and articulated critiques against the UN Global Compact's soft approach to corporate regulation.
The contributors critically interrogate facets of the UN Global Compact's history, politics, and practices within and beyond the United Nations.
This edited book provides theoretically informed and empirically rich perspectives on the UN Global Compact politics and contemporary debates on corporate social responsibility and corporate accountability.
Genre: Political Science
Subgenre: Globalization, History + Theory, International Relations / General