Sustainability and legislated corporate social responsibility in Indonesia

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Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world and a growing economic powerhouse. Although founded in 1949, it has a significant legal history and distinct legal systems based on race. In this historical context, Indonesia has seen economic boom, bust and reform as well as a more recent change from dictatorship to democracy. This chapter reviews the rich and complex history that sets the foundation for the subsequent analysis of the post-Suharto regulatory efforts to address sustainability. The chapter includes three substantial case studies examining how the central government’s mandatory sustainability for State Owned Enterprises has fared.




Sheehy, B., & Damayanti, C. R. (2019). Sustainability and legislated corporate social responsibility in Indonesia. In The Cambridge Handbook of Corporate Law, Corporate Governance and Sustainability (pp. 475–489). Cambridge University Press.

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