Based on a survey, this paper seeks to confirm that Indian corporates are already working on the guideline of the Global Compact.
The approach is theoretical with ample scope for application.
It is found that there should be a realisation that the real CSR leadership is not just putting one's own house in order, but advocating the right conditions to reward responsible practice.
A disadvantage is the paucity of literature for the survey.
The paper succeeds in confirming that Indian corporates are already working on the guideline of the Global Compact, because the Indian ethos and religious values teach these doctrines from a socio‐religious aspect.
Das Gupta, A. and Das Gupta, A. (2008), "Corporate social responsibility in India: towards a sane society?", Social Responsibility Journal, Vol. 4 No. 1/2, pp. 209-216. https://doi.org/10.1108/17471110810856965
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