Doing business responsibly Perceptions of ethical practice and governance of Australasia’s top 100 companies

24 September 2002

By Sonya Holm and Serena Lillywhite, 2002

In 2002 the Brotherhood of St Laurence was invited to participate as a research group investigating the category of Ethics and Corporate Governance for the Good Reputation Index which ranks the top 100 corporations operating in Australia.


The overall GRI results were published in The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald in October 2002. Doing business responsibly is the report of the Brotherhood of St  Laurence research.

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