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Case study on the governance of labour standards in Bangladesh’s garment industry

Oeko-Institut Working Paper 4/2017

authors: Brunn, C. | Scherf, C.
Year of publication: 07 / 2017

Bangladesh’s garment industry is a key driver of the country’s economy and development, employing around four million people and accounting for over 80 percent of the nation’s export earnings (ILO, 2016a). At the same time, a series of…

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Outlining Socio-Economic Challenges in the Non-Fuel Mining Sector

STRADE Policy Brief 05/2016

Year of publication: 10 / 2016

STRADE is an EU-funded research project focusing on the development of dialogue-based, innovative policy recommendations for a European strategy on future raw materials supplies. In a series of policy briefs and reports the project will…

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CSR Impact - Practitioners Handbook. From CSR to CIAM: Corporate Impact Assessment and Management

An Illustrative Guide for Executives, Managers and Enterprise Stakeholders Seeking to Enhance the Positive Impacts of Responsible Business in Society

authors: Brunn, C. | Barth, R.
Year of publication: 07 / 2014

More than three years of high-level research in the IMPACT study has created an enormous amount of new data, insights and knowledge. Ultimately, though, the objective of European Union research funding is to see evidence-backed research…

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When less is more - Sufficiency – Need and options for policy action

Oeko-Institute’s Working Paper 3/2013

authors: Heyen, D. | Fischer, C. | Barth, R. | Brunn, C. | Grießhammer, R. | Keimeyer, F. | Wolff, F.
Year of publication: 10 / 2013

In this working paper we focus on the political dimension, which has been neglected up to now. Sufficiency policy encompasses political measures which are geared to environmentally sustainable consumption patterns and involve a change in…

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When less is more - Sufficiency: Terminology, rationale and potentials

Oeko-Institute’s Working Paper 2/2013

authors: Fischer, C. | Grießhammer, R. | Barth, R. | Brohmann, B. | Brunn, C. | Heyen, D. | Keimeyer, F.
Year of publication: 10 / 2013

In this paper, we define sufficiency, based on a literature review and discussion, as “modification of consumption patterns that help to respect the Earth‘s ecological limits, while aspects of consumer benefit change.” These changes in…

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Impact Measurement and Performance Analysis of CSR (IMPACT)

Deliverable 6.5: Brief Summary Report for optimisation of tools

author: Brunn, C.
Year of publication: 08 / 2013

The aim of this report is to summarise results of a literature review, focussing especially on CSR ex-ante impact assessment.

After conducting four empirical work packages, to collect information about CSR ex-post in companies,…

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CSR Impact

From CSR to CIAM: Corporate Impact Assessment and Management

authors: Barth, R. | Brunn, C. | Warich, I. | Schmitt, K. | et al.
Year of publication: 05 / 2013

An Illustrative Guide for Executives, Managers and Enterprise Stakeholders Seeking to Enhance the Positive Impacts of Responsible Business in Society.

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Impact Measurement and Performance Analysis of CSR (IMPACT)

Report on synthesis assessment of the relationship between CSR implementation & motivation and CSR performance & impacts

author: Brunn, C.
Year of publication: 01 / 2013

The report on D6.2 – available individually - did then the next step and triangulate and synthesise empirical results on CSR performance and impacts from all the empirical work packages on three overall EU objectives: Environment;…

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Impact Measurement and Performance Analysis of CSR (IMPACT)

Report on cross-WP comparison of CSR performance & impacts according to different types of characteristics

author: Brunn, C.
Year of publication: 01 / 2013

After developing the conceptual and empirical frameworks which build the theoretical basis of the IMPACT project, four empirical methods had been applied for researching CSR and its effects on companies and society at large: econometric…

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Impact Measurement and Performance Analysis of CSR (IMPACT)

Report on cross-WP compilation and assessment of CSR performance & impacts on EU objectives

author: Brunn, C.
Year of publication: 01 / 2013

After developing the conceptual and empirical frameworks which form the theoretical basis of the IMPACT project, four empirical methods have been applied for researching CSR and its effects on companies and society at large: econometric…

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