This paper explores the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and government. It relies on the national governance systems literature, under whose rubric is included ‘national business systems’ and the ‘varieties of capitalism’ to fame the discussion.
Given the rising importance of CSR, authors demonstrate that there is a varied role that the governments can play in order to promote CSR in accordance with the wider national governance systems.
Whilst CSR – often viewed as self-regulation – and government reflect no obvious relationship for many, by following the CSR practices in Western Europe and Northeast Asia (Japan, South Korea, and China), historically and dynamically, we identify six types of CSR-government relations:
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