- Title Pages
- Chapter One Introduction
- Part I Corporate Social Responsibility as Controlled Negotiation: The Hierarchy of Values
- Chapter Two Two Cheers for CSR
- Chapter Three Assessing Corporate Social Responsibility in the Tobacco Industry
- Chapter Four Transparency, Auditability, and the Contradictions of CSR
- Chapter Five Virtuous Language in Industry and the Academy
- Part II Corporate Social Responsibility and the Mandate to Remedy: Between Empowerment and Mitigating Vulnerabilities
- Chapter Six An Emerging History of CSR
- Chapter Seven The Impact of the War Crimes Tribunals on Corporate Liability for Atrocity Crimes under US Law
- Chapter Eight Sanction and Socialize
- Chapter Nine Law, Morality, and Rational Choice
- Chapter Ten Multistakeholder Initiative Anatomy
- Chapter Eleven The Virtue of Voluntarism
- Part III Africa as CSR Laboratory: Twenty-First-Century Corporate Strategy and State Building
- Chapter Twelve CSR and Corporate Engagement with Parties to Armed Conflicts
- Chapter Thirteen Corporate and State Sustainability in Africa
- Chapter Fourteen Tender Is the Mine
- Chapter Fifteen Corporate Social Responsibility and Latecomer Industrialization in Nigeria
- Final Thoughts and Acknowledgments
Power, Profit, and Social Trust
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- Corporate Social Responsibility?
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