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    Corporate Social Responsibility 1. Siemens2. Cisco Nitin Deswal 08105046 E&EC PEC Corporate Social Responsibility - What does it mean? Different organizations have framed different definitions - although there is considerable common ground between them.CSR is about how companies manage t
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    WHAT IS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ? Definitions of social responsibility: • is an obligation beyond that required by the law and economics, or a firm to pursue long term goals that are good for society (Robbins) • is an obligation of organization management to make decision and take a
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    Emerging Trends In Corporate Social Responsibility: Perspectives And Experiences From Post-Liberalized India Sudip Mahapatra and Kumar Visalaksh National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, University of Law, Hyderabad Introudction Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), can be described as, the
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    A CGSR PROJECT ON “The Tata Group: Integrating Social Responsibility with Corporate Strategy” Submitted to- Submitted by- Prof. Rajul Singh
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    CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) today is a hot issue among IT companies and CEOs like talking about what their company gives back to society. CSR encompasses an organisation's commitment to behave in an economically and envi
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    INTERFACE BETWEEN BUSINESS AND SOCIETY Why Do Good? It’s like Health Care LOOK BETTER Potential Customers, Investors, Financial Analysts, Business Colleagues, Annual Reports, Press and even Parliament FEEL BETTER Employees, Current Customers, Stock Holders and Board Members DO B
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility: Emergence, Issues, and Practices
    Corporate Social Responsibility: Emergence, Issues, and Practices OS 495 (Winter 2006) Tues/Thurs 2:30-4:00 Professor Victoria Johnson 725 Dennison Building Office phone: 615-9059 Office hours: Thursdays 4-5 pm or by appointment vjohnsn@umich.edu Course Description Corporations today have a gr
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    Strategic Management Group Project CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Corporate social responsibility INTRODUCTION Corporate social responsibility (CSR) can be defined as the "economic, legal, ethical, and discretionary expectations that society has of organizations at a given point i
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    Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Rights Table of Contents 1 Preface 3 2 Introduction 3 3 Overview of Corporate Social Responsibility 7 3.1 What is CSR? 7 3.2 Why has CSR become important? 11 3.3 Business Case for CSR 14 3.4 Relationship between CSR and the law 19 4 Corporate Socia
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    Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences Department of Economics iiiii Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Theory and Practice in Pakistan Syed Kamran Hameed Master’s thesis · 30 hec · Advanced level Degree thesis No 634 · ISSN
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    The major arguments for the assumption of social responsibilities by business are: 1) Public expectations: Social expectations of business have increased dramatically since the 1960s. Public opinion in support of business pursuing social as well as economic goals is now well solidified. 2) Long r
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  • Corporate Social Responsibilitycorporate Social Responsibility – a Need of Time
    Corporate Social Responsibility – A Need of Time Abstract Corporate social responsibility is an issue in which we all have a stake. Though an old concept; it has gained momentum in recent years. Every organization, large or small, has put forward steps in the direction of Corporate Social Re
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  • “Corporate Social Responsibility and Younger Generation Employees”
    “Corporate Social Responsibility and Younger Generation Employees” Authors: Mrs. Mrinal Sanjay Rao, Mr. Masarrat Raj Assistant Professor Student of PGDM (Finance) Sinhgad Institute of Business Administration and Research, Kondhwa (Bk), Pune. Abstract: Today when competiti
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    Corporate Social Responsibility The different aspects of corporate social responsibility (CSR) have been the topic of considerable debate since the last decades of the twentieth century. Main factor for the increased interest on the part of stakeholders in this topic are the increased public awaren
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    Corporate social responsibility – Milton Friedman versus Charles Handy Corporate social responsibility has been a controversy topic for many economists. Some think that a corporate does not have any social responsibility while others believe a corporate does have some social responsibility as it
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    Academy of Management Review 2007, Vol. 32, No. 3, 946–967. WHY WOULD CORPORATIONS BEHAVE IN SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE WAYS? AN INSTITUTIONAL THEORY OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY JOHN L. CAMPBELL Dartmouth College and Copenhagen Business School I offer an institutional theory of corporate soc
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    ABSTRACT CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND INDUSTRIAL DISASTER Bijoya Banik[1] Corporate Social Responsibility is the responsibility of the business towards the society that it takes from. It is the management of the business in a manner such that it produces a positive impact on society.
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    Enlightened self-interest was a concept that Alexis de Tocqueville discussed in his book Democracy in America. (Tocqueville 1835). His concept was that Americans voluntarily join together in associations to further the interests of the group and, thereby, to serve their own interests. How this app
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION 3 1.1 Definition of related terms 5 1.2 Viewpoints of social responsibility 5 2.0 CAUSE OF INCREASING MOTIVATION TO ADOPT CSR PRACTICES 5 2.1 Ethical consumerism 6 2.2 Globalization and market forces 6 2.3 Social awareness and education 6 2.4 Crises and the
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