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The corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices of huge multinationals affect millions, perhaps billions of people across the world, through the products they supply, the people they employ, the communities they locate in or the natural environments they affect. Over the last few decades, the resurgence of corporate governance could have been triggered by corporate irresponsibility and scandals.
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- Case Study 3: The Responsible Corporate Governance of the European Banks
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