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Please organize this list of 114 references, according Harvard style references. Most of the references must be rewritten, and organized alphabetically. In the case that a reference obviously is taken from an online source, please use google to try and find the correct source. As access date, you can put any date from the last four months. Please do not translate the sources that are written in Spanish, as I will use this as the bibliography of a master’s thesis I am writing in Spanish.
1. Albareda, L., Lozano, J. et al. (2007), “Public Policies on Corporate Social Responsibility: The Role of Governments in Europe” in Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 74: 391-407, Netherlands: Springer.

2. Bendell, J. (2004). “Barricades and boardrooms: A contemporary history of the corporate accountability movement” (Programme Paper 13), Geneva: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD).

3. BITC (2009), Business in The Community, “Responsibility in a recession: Checklist for restructuring and downsizing”, Briefing Note, January 2009,

4. Bondy, K.; Matten, D. & Moon, J. (2007), “Codes of conducts as a tool for sustainable governance in MNCs” in Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten and Laura J. Spence’s Corporate Social Responsibility: Readings and cases in a global context, Oxon: Routhledge.

5. Carroll, A. B. (1999). “Corporate Social Responsibility. Evolution of a Definitional Construct.” Business and Society 38 (3): 268-295.

6. Crane, A.;Matten, D. & Spence, L. (2008), Chapter 1: “Corporate Social Responsibility: in a Global Context” in Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten and Laura J. Spence’s Corporate Social Responsibility: Readings and cases in a global context, Oxon: Routhledge.

7. Crane, A.;Matten, D. & Spence, L. (2008), Chapter 11: “Globalization and CSR” in Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten and Laura J. Spence’s Corporate Social Responsibility: Readings and cases in a global context, Oxon: Routhledge.

8. Costa, Ligia Maura (2008), “Battling corruption through CSR codes in emerging markets: oil and gas industry”, inRAE electron, Vol. 7, Issue 1, June 2008, São Paulo: SciELO.

9. Dunfee, Thomas W. & Hess, David (2000), “Fighting Corruption: A Principled Approach,” in Cornell International Law Journal, Vol. 33, Issue 593, Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

10. Dunfee, Thomas W. & Hess, David (2001), “Getting from Salbu to the Tipping Point: The Role of Corporate Action with a Portfolio of Anti-Corruption Strategies”, inNorthwestern Journal of International Law& Business, Issue 471, Chicago: Northwestern.

11. Doh, J.; Rodriguez, P.; Uhlenbruck, K.; Collins, J. & Eden, L. (2003), “Coping with corruption in foreign markets”, inAcademy of Management Executive, vol. 17, Issue 3, p. 114-127, 2003,

12. European Commission (2008), “Communication from the Commission on the European Competitiveness Report 2008”, Brussels, 28.11.2008,

13. GCGF (2008), “The Global Corporate Governance Forum: Ethics and Corporate Governance in the Fight against Corruption” in The Centre for International Private Enterprise’s “Economic Reform Feature Service”, Washington: Centre for International Private Enterprise.

14. Homer, E., Moyer, Jr. (2008), “Anti-Corruption Regulation in 37 jurisdictions worldwide”, Getting the deal through,

15. Hopkins, M. (2007), “Chapter 5: Corporations should Abandon Philanthropy and Concentrate on CSR” in Corporate Social Responsibility & International Development: Is Business the Solution? Pages: 113-117, London:Earth scan.

16. Kurucz, E.; B. Colbert, et al. (2008), “The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility.” in Andrew Crane, Abagail McWilliams, Dirk Matten, and Jeremy Moon’s The Oxford Handbook ofCorporate Social Responsibility, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

17. Matten, D. and Moon, J. (2008) “Implicit” and “Explicit” CSR: A conceptual framework for a comparative understanding of corporate social responsibility. Academy of Management Review 33(2): 404-424.

18. Muna, A. (2009). Transparency International: Cultivating Entrenched Integrity and the Role of Judicial Corruption Transparency International,

19. Orlitzky, M.; Schmidt, F. L. and Rynes, S. L. (2003), “Corporate social and financial performance: A meta-analysis”, in Organization Studies, Volume 3, Number 24, Pages: 403-441.

20. Porter, M. E. and M. Kramer, R. (2007). “Strategy and Society: The Link Between Competitive Advantage and Corporate Social Responsibility.” Harvard Business Review 84(12): 78-92.

21. Prahalad, C. and Hammond, A. (2008), “Serving the World’s Poor, Profitably”, in Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten and Laura J. Spence’s Corporate Social Responsibility: Readings and cases in a global context, Oxon: Routhledge.

22. Ruggie, J.G. (2002). The Theory and Practice of Learning Networks: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Global Compact. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 2002.

23. Schantz, Carolina von (2005), “Communication of Corporate Social Responsibility – the case of Skanska AB”, Uppsala:SLU, Institutionenförekonomi.

24. Simpson, Glenn R. (2005), “Multinational Companies Unite to Fight Bribery” in Wall Street Journal, Issue: January 25, 2005, New York: Dow Jones & Company.

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27. Transparency Int. (2009), Transparency International: “Frequently asked questions about corruption”

28. UN Global Compact (2008), “The Global Economic Downturn – Why the UN Global Compact and Corporate Sustainability Are Needed More Than Ever”, Paper for public comment first presented on 17 October 2008,

29. Utting, P. (2000). Business Responsibility for Sustainable Development. UNRISD Discussion Papers. Geneva, UNRISD.
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31. Vogel, David (2005), “The Marked for Virtue – The Potential and Limits for Corporate Social Responsibility”, Washington: Brookings.

32. Welford, Richard (2008), “How can corporations respond to CSR in a recession”, in CSR Asia Weekly, Vol.4, Week 43,

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