The Open Corporation: Effective Self-regulation and Democracy

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Cambridge University Press, 2002 M07 8 - 362 páginas
The Open Corporation sets out an innovative and realistic blueprint for effective corporate self-regulation, offering practical strategies for managers, stakeholders and regulators to build successful self-regulation management systems. Christine Parker examines the conditions under which corporate self-regulation of social and legal responsibilities is likely to be effective, covering a wide range of areas - from consumer protection to sexual harassment to environmental compliance. Focusing on the features that make self-regulation or compliance management systems effective, Parker argues that law and regulators need to focus much more on 'meta-regulating' corporate self-regulation if democratic control over corporate action is to be established. For Parker, the ideal of the open corporation should be a union between government, democracy and the law.

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The potential for selfregulation
31
Motivating topmanagement commitment to selfregulation
62
Cultivating selfregulation leadership
84
Selfregulation methodology and social harmony
112
The pathologies of selfregulation
135
The role of selfregulation
168
The three strategies of permeability in the open
197
The regulation of selfregulation
245
Conclusion
292
Methodology
302
Notes
312
References
323
Index
347
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