Special Presentation Corporate: Social Responsibility in the Emerging Markets: Responsible or Irresponsible? - Sept. 26 EMTA Special Presentation: Corporate Social Responsibility in EM: Responsible or Irresponsible? (NYC) - Sept. 26 Social Responsibility in the Emerging Markets
EMTA Special Presentation: Corporate Social Responsibility in EM: Responsible or Irresponsible? (NYC) - Sept. 26
Location: New York
Description:

EMTA SPECIAL PRESENTATION
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE EMERGING MARKETS:

RESPONSIBLE OR IRRESPONSIBLE?

Monday, September 26, 2011

EMTA
360 Madison Avenue, 17th Floor
(on 45th St. between Madison and 5th Aves.)
New York

12:00 noon -- 1:30 pm
Lunch will be served

The event will feature a discussion of research into corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs and the risks they present to investors in Emerging Markets.  The discussion will offer an overview of CSR programs and strategies currently being pursued in Emerging Markets.  It will also raise the issue of whether ‘Western’ CSR standards are appropriate for Emerging economies, and the level of opportunity or risk they present.

Ambassador Alan Oxley, Chairman of World Growth, Chairman of the APEC Study Centre (Australia), and former Chairman of the GATT (the predecessor to the World Trade Organization), will make a presentation; the panelists will discuss the topics below: 

Ambassador Alan Oxley, Chairman, World Growth and the APEC Study Centre – Corporate Social Responsibility as an Investment Risk in Emerging Markets 

David Rice, Executive Director, Development Research Institute, New York University – Investor-Led Development: Corporate Profitability as Social Responsibility 

Rohit Malpani, Senior Campaigns Advisor, Oxfam America – Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility: A New Relationship Between Civil Society, Business and Governments


This presentation is part of a continuing series of panels and presentations that EMTA is pleased to sponsor on various topics of interest to Emerging Markets investors and other market participants.
 

Views expressed by the presenter and the panelists are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of EMTA or of any of its member firms.


Attendance is US$50 for EMTA Members / US$295 for non-members. Credentialed Media is Complimentary.

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