This is a selection of resources on Corporate Social Responsibility in Indonesia available from the NLB catalogue or the Internet and is not meant to be an exhaustive list. If you know of or come across more useful resources, please drop us a note so we can share them with our readers.
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Corporate social responsibility, public relations and community engagement: Emerging perspectives from Southeast Asia
Read about how public relations and corporate social responsibility are constructed, interpreted, communicated and enacted in countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Chapter two focuses on corporate social responsibility and sustainability in Indonesia
All rights reserved, New York: Routledge, 2019.View in NLB catalogue
Corporate social responsibility diffusion by multinational subsidiaries in Indonesia: Organisational dynamic and institutional effect
The study explores how relational and institutional pressures influence the motivation for and diffusion of corporate social responsibility practices of multinational corporation subsidiaries in the food manufacturing industries in Indonesia.
Retrieved from ProQuest Social Science Journals database. (myLibraryID is required to access this article.)Explore database
Analysing the effectiveness of a joint corporate social responsibility program to empower people in an Indonesian village
This paper presents a case analysis of a corporate social responsibility programme jointly managed by a company and a foundation in Ancol Pasir Village, South Tanggerang, Indonesia, an area with a potential for bamboo-webbing craft. The authors analyse the extent to which the programme has been effective and provide suggestions on how companies can run a corporate social responsibility programme in the village.
Retrieved from EBSCOHost Business Source Complete database. (myLibraryID is required to access this article.)Explore database
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CSR landscape in Indonesia: The past, present and the future
Gain an understanding about a brief history of the corporate social responsibility movement and its modern practices in Indonesia. The voluntary corporate social responsibility adoption is usually led by national and multinational companies in Indonesia. The increased awareness of corporate social responsibility and joint efforts by government, private sector and civil society organisations continue to help address and alleviate societal issues in the country.Visit website
The development of CSR implementation in Indonesia and its impact on company’s financial and non-financial performance
The corporate social responsibility implementation in Indonesian listed companies was benchmarked to the ISO 26000 (guidance on social responsibility) standard to compare its practices in Indonesia with the global standard. Companies in the finance sector led the implementation of corporate social responsibility practices in accordance with the global standard, while those in the trade, services and investment sectors performed poorest in corporate social responsibility execution.Read article
Has Indonesia’s unique progressivism in mandating corporate social responsibility achieved its ends?
This paper examines Indonesia’s unique features that strengthens corporate social responsibility as a legal obligation and analyses the current regulatory framework of corporate social responsibility. It discusses whether these laws and regulations are effective as a practical tool to encourage companies to perform corporate social responsibility activities and further also draws attention to the need for structural reform in the long run to achieve its goal of developing a national corporate social responsibility mechanism.Read article