This special issue, devoted to Australasian perspectives, is timely in a debate in the region that is gaining momentum every day. Contributors to this issue are leading scholars in the field in Australia, New Zealand and India .
Table of Contents
David Birch, Corporate Citizenship Research Unit, Deakin University, Australia
Commentary: The Social Responsibility of Corporations
Leon A. Davis, Chairman, Westpac Banking Corporation; Deputy Chairman, Rio Tinto
Community as a Stakeholder: Focusing on Corporate Social and Environmental Reporting
Michelle R. Greenwood, Monash University, Australia
The Implementation of OECD Corporate Governance Principles in Post-Crisis Asia
Justin Iu and Jonathan Batten, Deakin University, Australia
Discovering the Needle of Trust in the Haystack of Distrust. International and Corporate Citizenship Alliances: Indian/Australian Experiences
David Kimber, School of Management, RMIT Business, Australia, and S. Raghunath, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India
Corporate Volunteering: Ad hoc Interaction or Route to Dialogue and Partnership?
Louise Lee, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, and Colin Higgins, Massey University, New Zealand
Social Reporting and Australian Banks: Endorsement or Pretence to the Triple Bottom Line?
Mary E. Sweeney, University of Melbourne, Australia, and Anona Armstrong, Gary O’Donovan and Maree Fitzpatrick, Victoria University, Australia
Corporate Barbarism to Corporate Citizenship: A Psycho-philosophical Inquiry
Shitangshu Chakraborty, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India