Corporate Social Responsibility Of The International Organization

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Corporate Social Responsibility as taken precedence in the way in which business operates, and now the focus is to hold businesses ‘ accountable’, which is defined by (Keohane, 2006), as a implementation or rules and exercising of power, within a particular domain, cited in How FIFA can be held accountable? Example, of such is the issues surrounding the governance is within FIFA, and holding them accountable for the governance of football and the issues surrounding the international organization (Pieth, 2011) cited in, How FIFA can be held accountable?, these issues includes, acts of money laundering, fraud, corruption and bribery, (Alan Cameron, 2014, P.3), cited in The Case of FIFA, that these leaders should be held accountable for the decisions made, however (Keohane, 2006), stated that it is very difficult to enforce accountability, within a global context as it has particular challenges, especially when dealing with governmental and non-governmental organization across the globe with different domestic governance, which makes it complex in reaching a decision associated with the norms and standard associated with accountability, however with FIFA, stated (Keohane, 2006), that FIFA is a non-governmental organization, which means that government have no control over their practices, according to (Gideon Rachman, 2011) “FIFA cannot be held accountable”. (Grant and Keohane, 2005, p.35) cited in, How can FIFA be held accountable?, analyzed a comprehensive framework, in
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