La responsabilità sociale delle imprese: la prospettiva europea

Author/s Marina Monaco, Claudio Stanzani
Publishing Year 2007 Issue 2007/106-107 Language Italian
Pages 23 P. 29-51 File size 104 KB
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After a promising beginning, where all the bearers of interests and the Commission as promoters, the debate about the social responsibility of enterprises seems arrived today at a stall point, with an only dominant actor, the entrepreneurial world. Great importance worries Europe of the ’90, and part of the strategy of Lisbona, the communitarian plan has been taken on the backseat by the priorities of economic increase, and then has been abandoned for a fictitious dialogue between social parts. The role that the public authority has not known or intentional play has left space nearly only the world of the business, where the same Commission was just the privileged interlocutor, constituting, in 2006, the European alliance. The impasse between a pure unilateral conception of the CSR, and a tightening regulation that uniforms and guarantees standard European minimums with instruments heteronymous and concerning a sanction, it could perhaps have been exceeded with a more incisive action of the Commission, also with soft legislation stimulating instruments, and that, embezzling the CSR to the single interests of enterprise, despite of a strategy of economic increase in a picture of responsible competitiveness.

Marina Monaco, Claudio Stanzani, La responsabilità sociale delle imprese: la prospettiva europea in "SOCIOLOGIA DEL LAVORO " 106-107/2007, pp 29-51, DOI: