Organizing Transnational Accountability

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Christina Garsten
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008. gada 1. janv. - 296 lappuses
In the expanding academic literature on accountability, there remains significant ambiguity about the scope and content of this concept. Bostr”m and Garsten have performed an invaluable service to scholars by providing a fresh focus on how accountability

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Saturs

1 Organizing for accountability
1
regulating social accountability for global business
27
3 ISO expands its business into Social Responsibility
46
the Forest Stewardship Council as a good governance model
61
corporate selfpresentations in response to public criticism
80
6 Watchdogs beyond control? The accountability of accounting standards organizations
98
accountability for what and to whom?
114
organizing accountability in EU employment policy
131
the Swedish code of corporate governance
160
four challenges to environmental disclosure
177
12 Accountability public involvement and irreversibility
194
13 The antinomy of accountability
210
14 The treadmill of accountability
231
organizing transnational accountability
250
Index
255
Autortiesības

from doing the right thing to doing the thing right
147

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