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  • Backgrounder posted May 3, 2010 by James M. Roberts How Corporate Social Responsibility (ISO 26000) Mandates Undermine Free Markets

    Abstract: Activist groups and statist bureaucrats at the United Nations and around the world are seeking to impose corporate social responsibility (CSR) requirements on firms through the International Organization for Stan­dardization's proposed ISO 26000 standards, scheduled to be approved in Copenhagen in mid-May 2010. While CSR is promoted as a path to…

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  • Backgrounder posted May 3, 2010 by James M. Roberts How Corporate Social Responsibility (ISO 26000) Mandates Undermine Free Markets

    Abstract: Activist groups and statist bureaucrats at the United Nations and around the world are seeking to impose corporate social responsibility (CSR) requirements on firms through the International Organization for Stan­dardization's proposed ISO 26000 standards, scheduled to be approved in Copenhagen in mid-May 2010. While CSR is promoted as a path to…

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  • Backgrounder posted May 3, 2010 by James M. Roberts How Corporate Social Responsibility (ISO 26000) Mandates Undermine Free Markets

    Abstract: Activist groups and statist bureaucrats at the United Nations and around the world are seeking to impose corporate social responsibility (CSR) requirements on firms through the International Organization for Stan­dardization's proposed ISO 26000 standards, scheduled to be approved in Copenhagen in mid-May 2010. While CSR is promoted as a path to…

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