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Essay - Changing Relations

Essay - Changing Relations

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Abstract: This essay argues that corporate social responsibility forms not only a new chapter in government-business relations, but in cooperation with changes in governance and civil society, call for a new social contract. As corporatism in Canada becomes more and more predominant and globalization puts corporations increasingly out of the reach of national governments, national polities lose influence on the economy they are supposed to govern. Thus the – especially in Canada – traditionally rather intimate relationship between government and business grows more distant and lopsided. Still, the notion of corporate social responsibility is gaining popularity and it is of increasing importance to companies to appear ethically, socially and environmentally responsibility to the general public and their customers.
Abstract: This essay argues that corporate social responsibility forms not only a new chapter in government-business relations, but in cooperation with changes in governance and civil society, call for a new social contract. As corporatism in Canada becomes more and more predominant and globalization puts corporations increasingly out of the reach of national governments, national polities lose influence on the economy they are supposed to govern. Thus the – especially in Canada – traditionally rather intimate relationship between government and business grows more distant and lopsided. Still, the notion of corporate social responsibility is gaining popularity and it is of increasing importance to companies to appear ethically, socially and environmentally responsibility to the general public and their customers.

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Published by: zimmerpflanze on Apr 03, 2009
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Changing Relations
By:Carsten KaefertStudent No.:3012875Instructor:Allan WiseClass:POL-2320 Government...
 
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Changing Relations..........................................................................................................................1Abstract.......................................................................................................................................3Self Interest or Morality?............................................................................................................4Safe in the International Sphere.............................................................................................4Responsibility as Self-Preservation........................................................................................5Corporate Morality.................................................................................................................7Replacing Relations..................................................................................................................10Bibliography..............................................................................................................................13
 
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This essay argues that corporate social responsibility forms not only a new chapter ingovernment-business relations, but in cooperation with changes in governance and civil society,call for a new social contract. As corporatism in Canada becomes more and more predominantand globalization puts corporations increasingly out of the reach of national governments,national polities lose influence on the economy they are supposed to govern. Thus the – especially in Canada traditionally rather intimate relationship between government andbusiness grows more distant and lopsided. Still, the notion of corporate social responsibility isgaining popularity and it is of increasing importance to companies to appear ethically, sociallyand environmentally responsibility to the general public and their customers.Carsten Kaefert: Changing Relations - Abstract3

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