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economy
17
Jul

Corporate Social Responsibility: A Case Study Of TATA Group

Abstract: Starting from the times of barter system to today’s modern era of plastic money, the mankind has trodden a

16
Jul

Disability as an Asset? Reflections on Employment Patterns in the Health and Social Care Sector

Abstract The number of people with health problems and disabilities living outside the labor market and on public income security

06
Jul

Knowledge, engagement and higher education, a matter of social responsibility

Higher education institutions (HEIs) are active players in contributing to social change and the creation of another possible world. HEIs

06
Jul

Corporate Social Responsibility Through an Economic Lens

Business leaders, government officials, and academics are focusing more and more attention on the concept of “corporate social responsibility” (CSR).

06
Jul

Economic Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility

This paper synthesizes the expanding corporate social responsibility (CSR) literature. We define CSR from an economic perspective and develop a

02
Jul

Corporate Social Responsibility and Developing Countries

ABSTRACT This paper draws attention to several corporate social responsibility (CSR) questions in developing countries. (1) Illustrations from, for example,

02
Jul

Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in the e-Economy: A Commentary

Abstract The paper addresses the concepts of business ethics and corporate social responsibility in the old vis-à-vis the new economy.

02
Jul

The Social Capital of Locally Owned Business

  Social capital ―refers to the trust, social norms, and networks which affect social and economic activities. Among the most

02
Jul

4 Examples of Corporate Social Responsibility Done Right

Here at Socialbrite, we’re always looking for sterling examples of how the corporate sector is contributing in genuine ways to

02
Jul

Corporate Social Responsibility: Distinction or Distraction?

Is it more socially responsible for U.S. businesses to protect American jobs or provide employment for impoverished people in developing