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By André Habisch, Jan Jonker, Martina Wegner, René Schmidpeter

Corporate Social accountability (CSR) has develop into an more and more vital subject in our international society. Corporate Social accountability throughout Europe is the 1st quantity of its type to collect twenty-three nationwide views in this factor. Thirty-seven eu researchers labored at the e-book, which gives a complete and dependent survey of CSR advancements and growth at nationwide degrees. an summary and research is equipped for every kingdom. subject matters addressed contain company and societal mindsets within the diverse cultural settings, nationwide drivers for the present improvement of CSR, and customers for the person international locations sooner or later. in addition it includes 3 accomplished pan-European analyses. The chapters additionally comprise sensible info and references to the net in addition to appropriate literature which will aid additional examine and stimulate company actions during this box. the result's a slightly precise selection of essays concerning CSR throughout Europe.

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While cross-sectoral partnerships sound attractive and even necessary, they may prove troublesome entities to enact in practice. Interests, means and goals may conflict across sectors and negotiations may be tiresome and tough. Also the very integration of minorities in the workplace undoubtedly disturbs any streamlined, modern Danish organisation and slows down work processes and routines, as integration of people who do not fit the norm inherently means going beyond exiting norms. Even if the long-term goals and outcomes are favourable for the companies as well as for the social partners, certain sacrifices will be necessary in the short term.

Finnish companies do not seem prepared for these changing expectations. A survey on SMEs indicated that Finnish companies are likely to continue participating in social activities at their current level (The Observatory of European SMEs, 2002). According to the survey, 69 % of the companies reported that they would “continue as it is“. Moreover, 18 % of the SMEs reported that they would decrease their participation in social activities, whereas only 9 % claimed to increase their participation. The discrepancy between society’s expectations of a greater role of companies in addressing social issues and the plans of companies to continue their activities at their present level is unlikely to lead to confrontation.

Zadek, S. 2003. A Foreigner’s View on The Case of Denmark. In: M. Morsing, & C. ), The Case of Denmark – Corporate Values and Social Responsibility: 61 – 67. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur. NORWAY 3 Voluntary Partnerships as a Social Asset Jan-Olaf Willums Cultural Drivers and Expectation from Society What is Norwegian society’s attitude towards business and its social role, and what are the cultural drivers of CSR in Norway? This paper aims at exploring these two questions, and wants to draw some comparison with other European countries Yale University and the World Economic Forum’s annual Environmental Sustainability Index have repeatedly placed the Scandinavian countries at the forefront, and Norway tops the European list of CSR implementation in small-and mediumsized enterprises (CSR Europe, 2004).

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