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Social regulation of European transnational companies Comparative and pluridisciplinary european research project June 2004 - June 2007 Coordination : CNRS Comptrasec (I. Daugareilh) Consortium composition : Université Bordeaux IV, LARE-EFI (J.M. Cardebat, P. Cassagnard)

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Social regulation of European transnational companies

  • Comparative and pluridisciplinary european research project
  • June 2004 - June 2007
  • Coordination : CNRS Comptrasec (I. Daugareilh)
  • Consortium composition :
  • Université Bordeaux IV, LARE-EFI (J.M. Cardebat, P. Cassagnard)
  • Univ. Libre de Bruxelles (M. Dispersyn)
  • Univ. Toulouse 2 CERTOP (F. Cochoy)
  • Hamburger Universität, HWP (E. Kocher, R. Koepke, U. Zachert)
  • Univ. de Trento, UNITN-DES (S. Scarponi, S. Gherardi)
  • Univ. Castilla La Mancha, UCLM, (J. Aparicio Tovar, M. Baranano Cid)
  • Utrecht University, (T. Jaspers, P.L.M. Leisink)
  • Essex University (S. Leader, B. Watt, P. Regibeau, I. Barankay)
workpackage number 1 status report
Workpackage number 1Status report
  • Objectives :
  • To produce a status report on the social practices of European transnational companies
  • To produce an expertise in this field in each of the member states.
  • Description of work :
  • Identifying a panel of firms and business sectors that will be analysed using various techniques
  • Designing, producing, and conducting questionnaires and interviews
  • Establishing a data set for each country
workpackage number 2 typology
Workpackage number 2Typology

Objectives :

  • To produce a multidisciplinary, European typology of social practices in European transnational companies and their normative references (national, regional, or global). The classification should make it possible
  • To distinguish between social responsibility and other, similar concepts (social governance, social or sustainable development, social ethics, etc.).
  • Description of work :
  • Describing the internal normativeness induced by social responsibility, identifying the players and media, and measuring the return on investment in social standards outside Europe.
  • Classifying the social practices from all three disciplines (law, economics, sociology) in a multidisciplinary perspective work.
  • Classifying the social practices with comparative methodology.
workpackage number 3 regulation
Workpackage number 3Regulation
  • Objectives :
  • To explore and measure the hypothesis of a "codification" of social ethics in the economic exchanges of European transnational companies.
  • To analyse how law – European community law – can integrate specific corporate standards and create a shared (articulated) space for (public/private) management of social rights outside Europe.
  • Description of work :
  • Proposing by law specialists assessments of the legal nature of existing regulations on systems for monitoring application of standards and sanctions.
  • Analysing three aspects by sociologists experts, the mercantilisation of law, the proximity of the rule of law to its subjects, and the value and representation of rules.
  • Measuring the adequate level for a legal instrument to provide a framework for social practices.
workpackage number 4 modelling
Workpackage number 4Modelling
  • Objectives :
  • To test the hypothesis that European transnational companies have developed a model of labour relations and social practices originating in the European social model.
  • To propose European social and economic indicators usable by these companies, as well as by the relevant European authorities.
  • Description of work :
  • Describing the distinctive characteristics of a European model for social responsibility in companies operating outside the European community.
  • Testing the indicators that will be presented and will serve as a basis for a final evaluation of the regulation of practices observed.
  • Evaluating the risks and advantages of a change from spontaneous corporate normativeness to a legal framework.