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India CSR Report 2019
Trends and Prospects of CSR



March 2019 | 136 pages | SAGE India

India CSR Report 2019: Trends and Prospects of CSR, commissioned by Gujarat CSR Authority, examines the developments in the adoption of CSR practices in India and documents the changes over the last four years since the inception of the CSR mandate. A data-based assessment of geographical and thematic distribution of CSR projects, the book highlights how corporates have made allocation decisions.  

First of its kind, this book comprehensively covers different aspects of CSR such as evolution, law, policy, corporate strategies, implementer challenges, and possible solutions to some of the existing challenges. It critically analyses the response of companies, policy aspects, and implementation modalities. Challenges from policy, operations, and community response have been explained and the expectations of implementing agencies taken on board. A review of developments in the CSR space in Gujarat has been carried out and five interesting cases that project institutional and thematic uniqueness have been presented. This is a must-read for all CSR practitioners.

 
Foreword by D. Thara
 
Preface
 
Introduction and Overview
 
Three Years’ Experience of CSR
 
Financial Performance across the Years
 
Design and Implementation of CSR Projects: Challenges and Problems
 
Public Sector and Private Sector Companies in CSR
 
CSR in the State of Gujarat
 
Impactful CSR Projects
 
Path Ahead
 
Bibliography

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Girija Srinivasan

Girija Srinivasan is an expert in development finance and rural livelihoods with more than 30 years of extensive experience of development banking, consulting, technical assistance and studies. After an initial career as a development banker for 14 years, she had taken to consulting working with a wide variety of international and national organisations. She has authored books and documents on community-based approaches in development finance and livelihoods. She has authored the Social Performance Report in Microfinance for four years, from 2011 to 2014. She authored the SOIL Report 2015 and 2016 jointly with N. Srinivasan. She serves on... More About Author

Narasimhan Srinivasan

Narasimhan Srinivasan has been pursuing his personal interests in financial inclusion, rural finance and livelihoods after three decades in RBI and NABARD. He is currently active as an expert adviser and international consultant for different multilateral and national organisations. He had authored the well-known publication on microfinance, State of the Sector Report on Microfinance in India, for five years and the 2015 and 2016 edition of SOIL Report jointly with Girija Srinivasan. He serves as an independent director on boards of a bank, a few companies and trusts. He is a member of several industry forums on the themes of financial... More About Author

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ISBN: 9789353283933
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