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New Issue of Business & Society Review (No. 112/3)

The recent issue of Business & Society Review (volume 112, number 3) contains:

  • Data, Dollars, and the Unintentional Subversion of Human Rights in the IT Industry, by White, T.I., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 3, pages 453-469, 2007.
  • Politics as Structures: Interorganizational Policy Structures as Frameworks of Action, by Cavazos, D. E. and Washington, M. , in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 3, pages 431-451, 2007.
  • Negotiating Corporate Social Responsibility Policies and Practices in Developing Countries: An Examination of the Experiences from the Nigerian Oil Sector, by Rwabizambuga, A. , in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 3, pages 407-430, 2007.
  • Community Perceptions and Expectations: Reinventing the Wheels of Corporate Social Responsibility Practices in the Nigerian Oil Industry, by Idemudia, U. , in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 3, pages 369-405, 2007.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility: Profile and Diagnosis of 797 Programs Developed in Brazil, by Damiano-Teixeira, K. M. and Pompermayer, M. M. , in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 3, pages 343-367, 2007.
  • Corporate Philanthropy: The „Top of the Pyramid“, by Leisinger, K.M., in: Business & Society Review (00453609), volume 112, number 3, pages 315-342, 2007.

Further information about this issue, including abstracts are available at csr-literature.net .