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This section of the book titled The Dynamics of Corporate Social Responsibilities contains a list of references. The book highlights the flexibility of existing laws as well as the emergence of new regulations relevant to corporate social responsibility (CSR). As CSR increasingly interacts with public policy, there appear some insufficiently understood effects of CSR that can help us advance toward more systemic solutions in the business and human rights area. By recognising their own roles and responsibilities in the emerging CSR regime, states can, and must, enhance the impact of corporate voluntarism so that responsible practices get diffused more widely and deeply in the business community.

Keywords:corporate social responsibility (CSR).; human rights



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