The role of governments in corporate social responsibility: characterising public policies on CSR in Europe
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KeywordsCorporate social responsibility (CSR); Public policies on CSR; Business self-regulation; Business–government relations; New governance; Business–society relations; Societal co-regulation; Sustainable development;
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