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Corporate Public Affairs Newsletter

The Centre's newsletter ‘Corporate Public Affairs’ is distributed to members (by mail). It brings together the latest thinking in public affairs practice and includes articles from members and local and international academics. It also distributes research in the field.

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Key issues in industry self-regulationN


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Learning from NGO online tacticsN


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Learning from NGO online tacticsN


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Merging brand management and public affairsN


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Public reporting to build beliefN


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Responding to new forces in society N


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The rise of socially responsible investmentN


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The role of the internet in public affairsN


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Trade unions learn to tackle shareholder valueN


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Transparency and responsibilityN


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Business and community trustN


(Vol. 10 No. 1 2000)

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Compulsory voting key to US shareholder activismN


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Keeping track of information cultureN


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Key issues in industry self-regulationN


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Learning the lessons of LongfordN


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Learning the lessons of LongfordN


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Mining industry launches global studyN


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On the ground in SeattleN


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Organise to deliver business results: US study programN


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Stakeholder relations in governmentN


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