Corporate Social Responsibility: the Role of Public Policy. A Systematic Literature Review of the Effects of Government Supported Interventions on the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Behaviour of Enterprises in Developing Countries

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IOB (2013) Corporate Social Responsibility: the role of public policy. A systematic literature review of the effects of government supported interventions on the corporate social responsibility (CSR) behaviour of enterprises in developing countries. IOB Study, no.377. Den Haag: Policy and Operations Evaluation Department (IOB), Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Link to Source
Verina Ingram, Karin de Grip, Marieke de Ruyter de Wildt, Giel Ton, Marieke Douma, Koen Boone, Hans van Hoeven
South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean
Multisector, Economic Policy, Private Sector Development, Social Protection
Macro/ non-trade , Community Action Program, Labor markets & Employment, Social Assistance, Social Funds, Social Protection Reform, Business Environment, Private Infrastructure
Equity Focus
Review Type
Effectiveness review

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