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PART A INTRODUCTION: GOVERNANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES 1. New Forms of Governance: Changing Relationships between Corporates, Government and Community Suzanne Benn and Dexter Dunphy 2. Understanding Corporate Sustainability: Recognizing the Impact of Different Governance Systems Sally Hall -Thompson, Nardia Haigh and Andrew Griffiths PART B LIMITATIONS OF EXISTING MODELS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 3. Why Corporate Governance Rankings do not Predict Future Value: Evidence from Toronto Stock Exchange Listings 2002-2005 David Wheeler and Rachel Davies 4. Synthesising Governance Themes from Political and Management Theory Suzanne Benn, Dexter Dunphy and Andrew Griffiths 5. Towards a Definition of Governance for Sustainability: Networks, Shared Values and New Knowledge Andrew Martin, Suzanne Benn, and Dexter Dunphy 6. Financing Environmental Sustainability: A New Role for the Law Benjamin Richardson PART C REDESIGNING GOVERANCE FOR SUSTAINABILITY 7. Sustainability in Paradigms and Practices at Board-level in Anglo American Plc Tudor J. Maxwell 8. Codes of Conducts as a Tool for Sustainable Governance in MNCs Krista Bondy, Dirk Matten and Jeremy Moon 9. The Case of Governance for Sustainability at IAG Suzanne Benn, Louise Bone Wilson and Soochen Low 10. The Civil Regulation of Corporations: Towards Stakeholder Democracy Jem Bendell and Aarti Sharma 11. The Materiality of Sustainability: Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility as Instruments of Strategic Change? Thomas Clarke
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Social responsibility of business.