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August 23, 2016
The emergence of hyper-transparency requires systems thinking, with new tools and approaches to supply chain audits, anticorruption due diligence, frontier market investments, and more.
July 27, 2016
We sat down with the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network's vice chairman to discuss anticorruption trends, collective action, and next steps for the initiative.
March 15, 2016
Ethics and sustainability should be more than just checking a box. How can CSR and compliance teams collaborate to embed corporate responsibility into core business strategy?
July 8, 2015
A new book by Eddie Rich explores a new approach to collective governance based on his experience working in the extractives industries. Here, he discusses how this approach to collaboration can be applied to other global problems.
April 28, 2015
The energy industry has traditionally viewed transparency as a threat, but disclosure actually presents a bigger opportunity for companies to create positive momentum—and tackle their reputational challenges in the process.
November 21, 2014
Last year, BSR launched a framework to formally assess the impact we are having on the world—and how well we are fulfilling our mission. Here’s why we’re measuring our impact and how we intend to do it.
December 5, 2013
The WTO talks in Bali hinge on a deal that puts developing countries' needs at the center of the global trade regime. How can this deal help forge a more inclusive economy?
November 22, 2013
India’s first revision of its corporate law in more than 50 years includes a mandate for companies to spend at least 2 percent of profits on CSR. What will that mean, who does it apply to, and will it help or hurt CSR in India?
October 10, 2013
Christine Bader, Human Rights Advisor, BSR
With any collaborative initiative, the question must be asked: Is this going to accelerate progress or divert attention and resources from the real problem?
June 13, 2013
As public scrutiny of U.S. government surveillance tactics grows, BSR has been reflecting on the corporate responsibility and ethics issues at stake—and how these issues extend beyond the information and communications technology sector.