Corporate gouvernance: l’efficacité juridique et marketing des codes de conduite
Corporate social responsibility and ethics are part of business governance today and represents new ways of market adjustment for companies in quest of legitimacy in an uncertain environment. Tools such as codes of conduct or charts aim at clarifying business activities. However, in spite of their mediatisation, one can question their effective entrenchment and their impact on markets. In order to answer these questions, we propose a state of the art defining the notions of code of conduct and ethical chart both from a legal and a marketing perspective and discussing their effectiveness.
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