It is worth noting that the Corporate Governance and Responsibility Forum in the Middle East and North Africa first convened in 2007 at the Dead Sea in Jordan for three days during which prominent regional figures, including managers, businessmen, and board chairmen discussed the most important corporate governance and corporate social responsibility principles and practices in the world.
What does GCSR stand for?
GCSR stands for Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility (Canada and Australia)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 7 other meanings of GCSR in our Acronym Attic
- Geneva Centre for Security Policy
- Global Cluster Spread Profile
- Glycine Cleavage System P protein
- Goblet Cell Serrated Polyp
- Grand Canyon Star Party (Arizona)
- Groupement de Coopération Sanitaire du Pays d'Aix (French: Health Cooperation Grouping of Aix; Aix, France)
- Gestionnaires de la Conformité et de la Sécurité Routière (French: Compliance Managers and Road Safety; Canada)
- Global Control/Status Register (computing)
- Global Corporate Social Responsibility
- Golf Club Swiss Re (Switzerland)
- Grand Canyon South Rim (Arizona)
- Grants, Contracts and Sponsored Research (Oakland, CA)
- Grating-Coupled Sampled Reflector
- Gulf Coast Skate Review (fanzine)
- Gulf, Colorado, and San Saba Railway (Brady, TX)
- Grand Canyon State Recreation Association of the Deaf (Tempe, AZ)
- General Commission on the Status and Role of Women
- Georgia Community Support and Solutions, Inc (Atlanta, GA)
- Georgia Council for the Social Studies (est. 1963)
- GEWEX Cloud System Study
Samples in periodicals archive:
The presentations addressed the business side of football and its organisation, including concerns surrounding the level of players' salaries; football governance and Corporate Social Responsibility.
At the micro-level, another debate over buzzwords rages on amid historic destruction of capital -- the corporate governance and corporate social responsibility debate.