The future of corporate social responsibility reporting
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The number of companies that do some type of corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting has risen dramatically in the past 15 years, especially among large international corporations. But the form and content of such reports can vary dramatically among the nearly 4,000 companies that file them. In this paper, 2010 Pardee Graduate Summer Fellow Matthew Maguire explores the current state of corporate social responsibility reporting in various countries and where the future of CSR may be headed. Will CSR become mainstream?
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