Towards a Model to Compare and Analyze Accountability Standards: The Case of the UN Global Compact

@inproceedings{Rasche2008TowardsAM,
  title={Towards a Model to Compare and Analyze Accountability Standards: The Case of the UN Global Compact},
  author={A. Rasche},
  year={2008}
}
Although accountability standards (e.g. the Global Reporting Initiative and SA 8000) have made their way on to the agendas of managers and researchers, a model to compare and analyze these tools in a systematic way is a conspicuous omission. This paper aims to develop such a model. First, we briefly introduce the nature of accountability standards and explore commonalities and differences between them. Second, we present a model to compare and analyze these initiatives. This model allows… Expand
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