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International Corporate Social Responsibility

In ten pages global corporate responsibility is examined in terms of various cultural perspectives with the actions and positions ...

Corporate Social Responsibility Practices Advantages and Disadvantages

often place the corporate entity in a role regarded as avaricious and teeming with evil intent; businesses such as Xerox and Wal-M...

Social Responsibility in the Corporate World

they are engaging in partnerships for community development all over the world, and they are increasingly taking a holistic approa...

Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

but also giving store workers paid time off to perform community service work. The Chubb Group of Insurance Companies practices w...

CSR and PR Public Relations: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

and the customers of The Body Shop, the stakeholders involved are those who not only invest directly in the company but also those...

Stockholder and Social Corporate Responsibility

fault entirely, he stepped down to make the controversy go away. Still, such ideas linger. When do the obligations of the firm to ...

Contemporary Corporate Sector and Social Responsibility

there is any further responsibility save that of the owners of the business (Chryssides et a, 1999, (Dobson, 1999). This argument ...

Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance

basis of short-term results, but rather to build for the long term. Germanys Bavarian Motor Works (BMW) and Japans Mitsubishi pro...

Hazardous Waste and Corporate Social Responsibility

addressing them. Hazardous Waste - The Problem The 1970s and 80s were a time when the U.S. first started to...

Is corporate Social Responsibility Window Dressing

After the crash in 2008, protesters picketed many large financial institutions, including Bank of America. One accusation was that...

Corporate Social Responsibility Subjects

warming, it is generally accepted that greenhouse gas emissions are a significant contributory factor, and many firms are seeking ...

The Sustainability of Corporate Social Responsibility during Economic Hardship

the commercial environment * To identify relevant theoretical models that may be used to assess CSR practices. * To assess the di...

SYNOPSIS/REWRITES: WERTHER & CHANDLER AND KOTLER & LEE

ExxonMobil and Ford. But the authors are balanced - there is also an anti-CSR discussion, pointing out that stakeholders ne...

If Marketing Aims To Meet Customer Expectations Why Are Consumer Rights Such An Issue Today?

2003). There are many definition of corporate social responsibility, Kotler and Lee define it as "a commitment to improve communit...

Should a Company Become a Carrier of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)?

is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of...

Is Corporate Social Responsibility in the Interests of Business and Society?

help the company increased sales, reduce costs, or improved profits then there is a potential argument that corporate social respo...

The Approach of Multinational Corporations to the Ethical and Social Responsibilities

and ethical responsibilities due to their position of influence; they are able to influence markets, suppliers and in some cases m...

One Company's Social Responsibility

This essay discuses one of the social responsibility programs of one yogurt company, Dannon. The essay provides a brief background...

Social Responsibility and Libertarians

Libertarianism and social responsibility are two major theories of political organization in the world today. Libertarians stress ...

Outsourcing - The Negative Impacts

"outsourcing". The situation has become so dire that there are virtually no manufacturing jobs remaining in the United States. T...

If Marketing Aims to Meet Customer Needs Why are Customers Rights an Ongoing Issue?

as there is a need to satisfy both individual and organizational objectives. The organization objective will be to create a profit...

The Effects of Organizational Culture

Darrin worked for an advertising agency and the entire show centered around the pressures of his job and his ever-present boss Lar...

Considering Corporate Responsibility and Business Ethics

-- on the condition that others follow those rules as well. However, what happens when gross injustices occur germane to income i...

The Practice of Corporate Governance at British Petroleum (BP)

British Petroleum, which now incorporates Amaco, is highly active within the energy sector, specifically the oil industry. The wri...

Incorporating Ethics and Social Responsibility

Ethics and social responsibility need to be a focus in the organizational culture. People just know that this organization abides ...

Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House as a Reflection of 19th Century Social Issues

In four pages this paper examines how the playwright represents social issues in this 19th century dramatic play....

Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye, William Shakespeare's Othello and Social Issues

In 5 pages the ways in which these literary works consider past and present social issues are discussed....

Teen Pregnancy Problems and Issues

from underprivileged backgrounds. C.) Teenagers can not resist natural urges. D.) Teenagers...

Design for a Study in Social Research

collating and analysing data in a way which minimises potential error and can be used by subsequent researchers. For instance, if ...

Older Women and Fertility

much wider range of lifestyle choices, and were no longer automatically expected to marry young and embark on a primarily domestic...