Birch, David; Moon, Jeremy
March 2004
Journal of Corporate Citizenship;Spring2004, Issue 13, p18
Academic Journal
Presents an overview of articles about corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Asia. Analysis of differences in CSR with respect to corporate governance and financial systems; Impact of globalization on free trade and its relations with CSR; Analysis of ethical trade in Asia.


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