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Normative discourses and public-private regulatory strategies for construction of CSR normativity

Normative discourses and public-private regulatory strategies for construction of CSR normativity

towards a method for above-national public-private regulation of business social responsibilities

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Beskrivelse af Normative discourses and public-private regulatory strategies for construction of CSR normativity af Karin Buhmann

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Can norms regulating business impact on society may be developed through public-private regulation? When enforcement institutions are weak, a rule´s effectiveness may depend on ´compliance pull´ that may be enhanced by legitimacy. Looking at United Nations and EU cases of co-regulation of CSR, this work explores conditions for effectiveness and legitimacy for both process and output. A pragmatic combination of legal and discourse theory and theory on legitimate law-making is adopted to analyse the construction of CSR normativity and discuss prospects. The analysisis based on four cases: the UN Global Compact; the development of the UN ´Protect, Respect and Remedy´ Framework on Business and Human Rights (´the Ruggie Framework´); the EU Multistakeholder Forum on CSR; and the EU´s CSR Alliance. All are approached as reflexive law and analysed as to strategies and results for norms on CSR and business impact on human rights. Reflexive law theory´s gap as to handling power disparities between participants is found to call for proceduralisation to equalize participation. This may enhance legitimacy for the purpose of process and output effectiveness and a compliance pull. The thesis offers new insight through its combination of reflexive law and discourse theory to frame the analysis, exploration of negotiation strategies on CSR normativity, and recommendations of strategy, proceduralisation and processes for broad stakeholder participation (including through IT) for developing norms in the sustainability field. This Post-Doc. thesis has been accepted by Roskilde University for defense for the degree Dr.Scient.Adm.
Detaljer
Forfatter Karin Buhmann
Serie Multivers Academic
Forlag Multivers
Udgave 1
ISBN 9788779173811
Sprog Engelsk
Originalsprog dan
Sider 650
Udgivelsesdato 21-05-2014
Basis format Hæftet
Format Hæftet
Varenr. 2119259
EAN nr. 9788779173811
Varetype Direkte
Varegruppe Law
Leverandør DBK - Bogdistribution
Lev. varenr. 9788779173811
Højde/Dybde (mm) 47
Bredde (mm) 192
Længde (mm) 269
Vægt (g) 1523
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