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Corporate Social Responsibility in Times of Geopolitical Uncertainty: A Critical Analysis of the European Approach

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Title: Corporate Social Responsibility in Times of Geopolitical Uncertainty
Subtitle: A Critical Analysis of the European Approach
Subject Classification: Business and Management, Corporate Governance, War and Conflict, Climate Change, Law and Legal Ethics 
BIC Classification: KJR, LA, GT
BISAC Classification: BUS008000, POL062000, LAW009000
Binding: Hardback, ebook, pp.(to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: December 2024
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-80441-611-2
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-80441-612-9


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The book discusses the evolving nature of corporate social responsibility in times of geopolitical uncertainty. This uncertainty is prompted by geopolitical risks faced by modern companies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, as well as social and economic consequences of wars in Ukraine and elsewhere. Such geopolitical risks undeniably raise questions as to what the new “ethical” norm of corporate conduct should be.

This book strives to evaluate the effectiveness of European legal approach regarding the conduct of commercial companies in the times of geopolitical uncertainty. Amongst jurisdictions considered in the book, a particular attention is paid to France. It is one of the leading European countries when it comes to the regulation of corporate conduct vis-à-vis the interests of a large group of stakeholders. As a case study to assess the effectiveness of European legal approach, the book looks at the geopolitical risks provoked by the war in Ukraine.

This unique and timely study fills a void in this important area of research by exploring key arguments related to what corporate conduct is, or should be considered as “ethical” in times of geopolitical uncertainty. 


Author: Dr. Mariia Domina is Associate Professor in Business Law, University of Lorraine (IUT Nancy Charlemagne), France. She is also an External Research Fellow at the Maastricht European Private Law Institute, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands.


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