Mark Hodge, GBI Executive Director examines the shortcomings of “CSR” in India’s new Companies Bill

As the Indian Nobel Laureate for literature, the poet Rabindranath Tagore writes in Stray Birds - “He who is too busy doing good finds no time to be good.” The new Companies Bill in India fails to heed this lesson. Equally important, it fails to see two elephants in the room that must be addressed in order to achieve responsible corporate behavior, inclusive economic growth that reduces mistrust between business and society, and protects rights for all. Read more at