They cover such topics as business ethics; corporate governance; the concept of a "soul" in corporations; public policy; corporate social responsibility in a globalized world; building shareholder value through corporate social responsibility; labor standards; the environment; human rights and human rights law; corporate codes of conduct; the role of the lawyer; criticisms; European, African, Japanese, and US perspectives; initiatives of Europe and the United Nations; and guidelines such as the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises, the Global Sullivan Principles, the Caux Round Table Principles, and the Global Compact.
What does DOP stand for?
DOP stands for Declaration of Principles
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We have 160 other meanings of DOP in our Acronym Attic
- Data-Oriented Parsing (computational linguistics)
- Data/Date Object Processed
- Date of Payment
- Date of Production
- Date of Publication
- Date of Purchase
- Daughters of Penelope
- Day One Purchase
- Declaration of Peace
- Declaration of Performance (Construction Products Regulation; EU)
- Decoy Operating Program
- Degree of Parallelism (database management systems)
- Degree of Polarization (fiber optics)
- Degree of Protection (target analysis and terminal ballistics)
- Delineation of Privileges (health care)
- Denominazione d'Origine Protetta (Italian: Protected Designation of Origin)
- Department of Personnel
- Department of Posts (Ministry of Communications, India)
- Department of Psychiatry (various organizations)
- Department Operating Procedure
Samples in periodicals archive:
On Wednesday, the foreign ministers of 13 regional countries will meet in Istanbul for a declaration of principles on Afghan reconciliation.
On July 27, 2011, the joint political committee signed a Declaration of Principles saying "no to war" and calling for efforts to sustain peace in Blue Nile.
The Oslo Accords are also known as the Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government Arrangements or Declaration of Principles (DOP).
Byline: George Giacaman Summary: On September 13, 1993, the Declaration of Principles, the first Oslo agreement, was signed.
Israeli Vice Premier Haim Ramon said Sunday that even a declaration of principles on a peace treaty isn't in sight.
Byline: Melina Xaritatou The new Declaration of Principles embraces the market economy, but also takes on a social conscience.