Corporate Social Responsibility and Labor Policy in the Disunited States of America

Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 22:142-150 (2011)
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This essay re-examines and challenges the conventional wisdom regarding American laissez-faire capitalism, illuminates the extent of government activism and the currents of social democracy, and underscores the significance of the federal structure of the United States political system. We propose Critical Institutionalism to facilitate understanding of the complex, dynamic and contested nature of our political economy.



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