By Carol Pierson Holding and Cynthia Figge
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By Bahar Gidwani
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The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has been publishing an independent Human Development Report (HDR) for almost twenty years. Its associated Human Development Index (HDI) is well-respected, broad (182 countries), and widely read (they translate it into a dozen languages). In contrast, our CSRHUB ratings system has just recently launched and is not nearly as well known. While we cover more companies (more than 5,500) and countries (66) than any other source of corporate social responsibility information, we can’t claim the same level of authority or readership as the HDI.
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