Papers from the Warwick Corporate Citizenship Unit Conference, July 2001.
“Are we mired in an international order that fails to deliver development; that is somewhere between internationalism and globalism; that allows 9/11 to happen; that cries out for a new ‘grand social (global) bargain’?”
Table of Contents
Commentary: Gender, Power and Post-structuralism in Corporate Citizenship: A Personal Perspective on Theory and Change
Gill Coleman, New Academy of Business, UK
The Theory and Practice of Learning Networks: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Global Compact
John Gerard Ruggie, Harvard University, USA
Business Managers: Leaders in Society?
Marcelo Paladino and Alberto Willi, Universidad Austral, Argentina
Positive Deviance: A New Paradigm for Addressing Today’s Problems Today
Jerry Sternin, Visiting Scholar, Tufts University, USA; Save the Children (US) Positive Deviance Consultant
Corporate Citizenship in Venezuela
Yolanda De Venanzi, Yolanda De Venanzi Asesores
Corporate Citizenship in Australia: Some Ups, Some Downs
David Birch, Deakin University, Australia
The Journey towards Corporate Citizenship in the United States: Leader or Laggard?
Bradley Googins, The Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College, USA
Diary of Events