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Ackerman, R.W. (1973), "How Companies Respond to Social Demands", Harvard Business Review, July-August: 88-98.

Adithi (1996), Integration of Women in the Key Economic Sector: A Report (mineo), Patna, Adithi.

Aguilar, Francis J. (1994), Managing Corporate Ethics, London, Oxford University Press.

Albert, Ethel, Theodore, Denise & Shelby, Peterfreund (1987), Great Traditions in Ethics, Delhi, Eurasia.

Amber, T. & Wilson, A. (1995), "Problems of a Stakeholder Theory", Business Ethics, 4(1): 30-35.

Anshen, M. (1980), Corporate Strategies for Social Performance, New York, Macmillan.

Arkin, A. (1996), "Open Business is Good for Business", People Management, 2(1).

Arrow, Kenneth (Ed.) (1989), Ethics for Practicing Managers in Modern Corporations, Boston, Harvard Business School.

Aswathappa, K. (2001), Essential of Business Environment, New Delhi, Himalaya Publishing House.

BAE Systems (2002), Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2002: BAE Systems, London, BAE Systems.

Balasubramanian, N. (1998), Corporate Boards and Governance, New Delhi, Sterling Publishers.

Balasubramanian, N. (1998), "Corporate Governance: New Role for Internal Audit", Chartered Accountant, XLVI(10).

Ball, C. & Dunn, L. (1995), Non-Government Organization: Guidelines for Good Policy and Practice, London, The Commonwealth Foundation.

Bardhan, Pranab (1995), "Unseen Gains of Institutions", The Economic Times, 10 January.

Batten, Jonathan A. & Fetherston, Thomas A (Eds.) (2003), Social Responsibility: Corporate Governance Issues, Amsterdam, Jai Elsevier Science.

Baxi, C.V. & Prasad, Ajit (2005), Corporate Social Responsibility: Concepts and Cases, New Delhi, Excel.

Beauchamp, Tom L. & Bowie, Norman E. (1983), Ethical Theory and Business, Englewood Cliffs, N.J, Prentice Hall Inc.

Beesley, Michael (1978), Corporate Social Responsibility: A Reassessment, London, Crrom Helm.

Bhatia, R.L. (2004), Corporate Renaissance in the New Millennium, New Delhi, Wheeler Publishing.

Bhattacharaya, D. (1999), "Political Parties Need to Make Commitments on Social Development", Equinox, 1(1): 3-5.

Boeger, Nina, Murray, Rachel & Villiers, Charlotte (2008), Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility: Corporations, Globalisation and the Law, UK, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Boston College Centre for Corporate Community Relations (2000), Making the Business Case: Determining the Value of Corporate Community Involvement, Boston.

Bowie, Norman (2001), "The Role of Business Ethics", Business Ethics a European Review, 10(4).

Bradshaw, Thornton & Vogal, David (Eds.) (1981), Corporations and their Critics: Issues and Answers to the Problems of Corporate Social Responsibility, New York, McGraw Hill.

Brooks, L.J. (1980), "An Attitude Survey Approach in the Social Audit: The Southern Press Accounting", Organisation and Society, 5(3).

Brummer, J. J. (1991), Corporate Responsibility and Legitimacy: An Interdisciplinary Analysis, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Buchholz, Rogene A. (1991), "Corporate Responsibility and the Good Society: From Economics to Ecology: Factors which Influence Corporate Policy Decisions", Business Horizons, July-August.

Carroll, A. (1981), Business and Society: Managing Corporate Social Performance. Boston: Little, Brown & Company.

Carroll, A. (1984), "When Businesses Close Down: Social Responsibilities and Management Actions", California Management Review, 35: 125-40.

Carroll, A. (1991), "The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders", Business Horizons, July-August: 30-48.

Carroll, A.B. (1987), "In Search of the Moral Manager", Business Horizons, March-April: 7-15.

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