This Article examines the various modes proposed and adopted in Europe for imposing upon corporations a sense of responsibility for the public welfare. The author concludes that the most promising means for achieving this goal is to bestow upon independent trustees the power to manage the enterprise and to impose upon the corporation a system of social accounting that would provide the public with meaningful information concerning the corporation's activities.
Gunter H. Roth,
Corporate Social Responsibility: European Models,
30 Hastings L.J. 1433
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