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n Transactions of the Centre for Business Law - Introduction : chapter 1 : part one : background and general meaning of corporate control

Volume 2010, Issue 46
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Abstract

Extensive and distinct lines of academic research have been conducted regarding the issues of corporate control and corporate social responsibility. However, little academic research specifically focussing on the different control mechanisms in corporations and corporate social responsibility as a result of exercising that control in corporations has not been significantly touched upon. This study focuses on a comparison of corporate control mechanisms and the nature of corporate social responsibility in the United States of America (America) and the Republic of South Africa (South Africa). The study thus analyses the historical development of corporate control and corporate social responsibility in the light of post apartheid South Africa and the developed United States of America.

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2010-01-01
2016-12-11

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