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- black and white 15 Illustrations 12 Line drawings, black and white 3 Tables black and white
- 12 Line drawings, black and white; 3 Tables, black and white; 15 Illustrations, black and white
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This volume explores the defining features, critical approaches, challenges and opportunities for public policy in the 'Asian Century'. This is the first book to systematically analyse the key institutions and practices that comprise public policy...
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This is a timely and perceptive book. It comes at a time of anxious self-reflection in the extractive sector, with many bloated assets revealed stranded in the mudflats of a declining financial tide. Social ledgers are equally discriminating. In this context, Sara Bice has produced a contemporary and erudite analysis of the social dimensions of mining. Her work rejects debate based on ideology and polemic, it simply asks "is it possible for miners to be socially responsible and acceptable?". The answer is "yes", and Sara proceeds to explain why, revealing the new professional discipline of 'social performance'. This is a discipline that turns its back on out-dated stratagems such as philanthropy, advocacy and brokerage, and instead adopts a cold-nosed methodological approach. As many mining businesses flounder in the glare of social scrutiny, others quietly succeed. This book helps you understand why." - Bruce Harvey, Director, Resolution 88 and University of Queensland, Australia.
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Sara Bice is Director, Research Translation, Melbourne School of Government, the University of Melbourne, Australia.
Introduction A Lunchroom Model of Corporate Social Responsibility The Great Adoption: Mining Companies tell their CSR Story Holistic Assessment and Community-based Agreement-making Ethical Decision-making: Weighing Dilemmas, Intuition and Rational Choice Appropriate Boundaries and Good Governance Theoretical Propositions to Support Future Research Hope for the Future