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Kulshrestha, Shweta S. y Zarna Padiya. "Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility". Indian Journal of Applied Research 3, n.º 5 (1 de octubre de 2011): 422–23. http://dx.doi.org/10.15373/2249555x/may2013/129.

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Moon, Jeremy. "Business Social Responsibility". Philosophy of Management 1, n.º 3 (2001): 35–45. http://dx.doi.org/10.5840/pom2001135.

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Crowther, David y Christina Reis. "Social responsibility or social business?" Social Business 1, n.º 2 (26 de agosto de 2011): 129–48. http://dx.doi.org/10.1362/204440811x593045.

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Gupta, Rina y Neeti Kasliwal. "Corporate Social Responsibility and Spirituality in Business". Contemporary Social Sciences 27, n.º 1 (1 de enero de 2018): 145–54. http://dx.doi.org/10.29070/27/57224.

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Arora, Prachi. "Incorporate Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy into Business". SIJ Transactions on Industrial, Financial & Business Management 07, n.º 01 (13 de febrero de 2019): 09–16. http://dx.doi.org/10.9756/sijifbm/v7i1/0102590102.

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Spence, Laura J. "Small Business Social Responsibility". Business & Society 55, n.º 1 (25 de abril de 2014): 23–55. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0007650314523256.

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Boehm, Amnon. "Business Social Responsibility: Perspectives of Businesses and Social Workers". Journal of Social Service Research 35, n.º 3 (julio de 2009): 262–73. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01488370902901012.

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Chumarina, Gulnara Raisovna y Guzel Azatovna Abulkhanova. "Corporate Social Responsibility Management". International Journal of Financial Research 12, n.º 1 (25 de diciembre de 2020): 270. http://dx.doi.org/10.5430/ijfr.v12n1p270.

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This article considers current trends and features of the development of corporate social responsibility in Russia in the current crisis, the reasons for the lack of organizations activity in the social responsibility field. The article also determines the impact of the company's social policy on the formation of labour motivation and loyalty of company employees, a positive image of the company for both personnel and the environment. Social responsibility is relevant for all types and sizes of organizations, but it has received the greatest development in large public and the private business community. Russian companies are actively involved in this process. The number of such companies is increasing from year to year. Small and medium-sized businesses are gradually connecting to them. And in the current crisis, corporations and large companies are in an environment where charity projects are actually a “matter of honour" for the company. The problem urgency of corporate social responsibility is due to modern requirements for companies presented by society and the authorities to conduct socially responsible business. In turn, this approach to doing business ensures the sustainable development of companies and leads to the creation of a favourable investment and reputation image.
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Marinova, Nadia. "Business Ethics and Social Responsibility". Trakia Journal of Sciences 17, Suppl.1 (2019): 586–88. http://dx.doi.org/10.15547/tjs.2019.s.01.093.

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There is still no universal approach to marketing ethics. However, it is an important factor in encouraging marketing decisions that are acceptable to the company as well as being beneficial to society. Social responsibility in marketing refers to the organization's duty to maximize its positive influence and minimize the negative impact on society. Because if ethics refers to moral values that guide decision-making by individuals, social responsibility affects the influence of the organization's decisions and society in general.
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Bergant, Živko. "Social Responsibility and Business Excellence". International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science 8, n.º 1 (2021): 073–79. http://dx.doi.org/10.22161/ijaers.81.11.

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Vittenberg, Evgeniy Ya. "Social Responsibility: Government and Business". Sociologicheskaja nauka i social'naja praktika 4, n.º 3 (2016): 54–77. http://dx.doi.org/10.19181/snsp.2016.4.3.4578.

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Bryantseva, Marina Vitalyevna. "Corporate social responsibility of business". Science in figures, n.º 3 (4) (5 de septiembre de 2017): 14–18. http://dx.doi.org/10.21661/r-463584.

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Yerniyazova, А. y Zh Smailova. "CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF BUSINESS". REPORTS 4, n.º 326 (15 de agosto de 2019): 76–82. http://dx.doi.org/10.32014/2019.2518-1483.119.

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Tauyekelova, T. B. y G. O. Abdikerova. "BUSINESS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: THEORETICAL OVERVIEW". BULLETIN Series of Sociological and Political sciences 73, n.º 1 (30 de diciembre de 2020): 196–203. http://dx.doi.org/10.51889/2021-1.1728-8940.28.

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The main issue discussed in the article is the social responsibility of business. The article provides various definitions of the category of social responsibility. The concept of "social responsibility of business" is a multilevel and complex category. Responsibility includes ethical categories such as morality, duty and charity.The article examines the theoretical aspects of scientific approaches to corporate social responsibility, analyzes classical and modern scientific theories and concepts. The factors influencing the growing importance of corporate social responsibility in society, issues related to the role of business in the formation of a voluntary society are considered.
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Randerson, Kathleen. "Conceptualizing family business social responsibility". Technological Forecasting and Social Change 174 (enero de 2022): 121225. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2021.121225.

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Malhan, R. C. "GDP and Business Social Responsibility". Review of Professional Management- A Journal of New Delhi Institute of Management 7, n.º 2 (1 de diciembre de 2009): 27. http://dx.doi.org/10.20968/rpm/2009/v7/i2/100885.

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Spoerl, J. S. "The Social Responsibility of Business". American Journal of Jurisprudence 42, n.º 1 (1 de enero de 1997): 277–98. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ajj/42.1.277.

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Krause, Bob. "The social responsibility of business". Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies 6, n.º 1 (enero de 1985): 9–12. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02560054.1985.9652946.

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Macshane, Denis. "Global business and social responsibility". New Political Economy 1, n.º 2 (julio de 1996): 265–69. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13563469608406257.

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VanAuken, Philip M. y R. Duane Ireland. "TRUE SMALL BUSINESS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY". Policy Studies Journal 13, n.º 4 (junio de 1985): 776–79. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1541-0072.1985.tb01617.x.

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Branco, Manuel Castelo y Catarina Delgado. "Business, social responsibility, and corruption". Journal of Public Affairs 12, n.º 4 (18 de abril de 2012): 357–65. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pa.1426.

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Hertz, Ellen. "Corporate Social Responsibility". Journal of Legal Anthropology 4, n.º 2 (1 de diciembre de 2020): 110–15. http://dx.doi.org/10.3167/jla.2020.040207.

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‘The business of business is business,’ Milton Friedman, a leading figure of the Chicago School of economic thought, famously declaimed. In his 1970 article, ‘The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits’, he argued that corporate managers who factor social and environmental considerations into their decision-making are, in effect, ‘imposing taxes . . . and deciding how the tax proceeds shall be spent’. By deviating from their organizational duties—maximizing profits for the companies that employ them—they are appropriating money owed to shareholders and allocating it to broader social causes, a function that resembles government. Friedman objects to this behavior not on economic or legal but on political grounds: managers have not been elected and there are no principled procedures for determining which causes to support beyond ‘general exhortations from on high’ (Friedman 1970: 17). He also expresses scepticism about ‘hypocritical window-dressing’, concluding: ‘our institutions, and the attitudes of the public make it in their self-interest to cloak their actions in this way’ (Friedman 1970: 17).
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Faldu, Dr Rajesh. "Social Responsibility and Ethical Issues in Managing Global Business". International Journal of Scientific Research 3, n.º 7 (1 de junio de 2012): 248–50. http://dx.doi.org/10.15373/22778179/july2014/78.

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Hajdúchová, Iveta, Christian Mikler y Blanka Giertliová. "Corporate social responsibility in forestry". Journal of Forest Science 65, No. 11 (29 de noviembre de 2019): 423–27. http://dx.doi.org/10.17221/79/2019-jfs.

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In Slovakia the topic of socially responsible business has been little reviewed and described, both theoretically and practically. The article highlights the differences in the definition and characteristics of Corporate social responsibility (CSR) as published by several domestic and foreign authors. Not less significant is the added value of a practical design of the CSR implementation model for forest management, as well as its measurement, evaluation and reporting tools.
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Tichenor, John M. "What Is Corporate Social Responsibility?" Journal of Business Ethics Education 15, n.º 9999 (2018): 33–47. http://dx.doi.org/10.5840/jbee201815specialissue22.

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This article describes an ongoing experience-based learning class project designed to help undergraduate students understand corporate social responsibility. The community-based experiential learning project engages students with local businesses to help the students understand what it means for a firm to be socially responsible. The goal of the experiential exercise is for students to intensely and thoughtfully consider the question, “What is the purpose of business?”
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Mishra, Dr Dharmendra Kumar. "Corporate Social Responsibility for Community or Business: Incidence from Odisha". Indian Journal of Applied Research 3, n.º 10 (1 de octubre de 2011): 1–3. http://dx.doi.org/10.15373/2249555x/oct2013/75.

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Orbik, Zbigniew y Viera Zozuľaková. "Corporate Social and Digital Responsibility". Management Systems in Production Engineering 27, n.º 2 (1 de junio de 2019): 79–83. http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/mspe-2019-0013.

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Abstract The aim of the article is to outline the relationship of the concept of CSR with the issue of digital transformation. Significant advancements in technology and wide access to the Internet has resulted in what is named the Digital age. In the Digital age, CSR and digital transformation are becoming one of the main factors of the company’s competitiveness. Digital transformation is currently the most important element of the Fourth Industrial Revolution that changes the way of doing business. It requires the necessity of deep changes in the sphere of awareness of people working in the businesses. Digital transformation seems to be an effective solution to the main problems that appear in the competitive business environment. Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) is standing out as the new direction changing the relationship between labour and technology as well as shaping the ethical use of new technologies.
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Kutsyk, Valentina y Igor Moiseenko. "REGULATION MECHANISM OF BUSINESS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY". Social Legal Studios, n.º 1 (abril de 2019): 116–22. http://dx.doi.org/10.32518/2617-4162-2019-1-116-122.

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Funda, Dragutin, Irena Globan y Goran Funda. "SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY". QUALITY – YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW 21, n.º 1 (marzo de 2020): 133–45. http://dx.doi.org/10.30657/hdmk.2020.09.

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Feshki, Mohammadreza y Mohammad Torkashvand. "Business groups and corporate social responsibility". Asian Journal of Research in Banking and Finance 12, n.º 6 (2022): 19–36. http://dx.doi.org/10.5958/2249-7323.2022.00044.x.

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Yung, Ho Suh. "Business Communication with Corporate Social Responsibility". Business Communication Research and Practice 1, n.º 2 (julio de 2018): 51–53. http://dx.doi.org/10.22682/bcrp.2018.1.2.51.

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Kareva, N. N. y V. D. Shvetsova. "Pharmacy business and its social responsibility". JOURNAL of SIBERIAN MEDICAL SCIENCES, n.º 2 (2021): 136–45. http://dx.doi.org/10.31549/2542-1174-2021-2-136-145.

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In the modern world, the corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an important factor that determines the optimal use of resources for the sustainable development of the organization. The CSR is not just the responsibility of an organization to the state, people and other organizations that it encounters in the course of its activities, but the philosophy of a company that takes care of its reputation and competitive advantages in its development, as well as ensuring a decent standard of living for its employees. The pharmaceutical business, including pharmacy, is one of the most important and socially signifi cant branches of the modern economy of the country. However, the problems of social responsibility of pharmaceutical market participants remained outside the scope of interests of domestic scientists. The above highlights the relevance and scientifi c novelty of the study. The aim of the research was to study the social responsibility in the fi eld of pharmacy business. The materials of the study were primary sources of information (questionnaires) and secondary were the offi cial websites of pharmacy chains in Russia.
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Liudmyla, KHARSUN. "CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF LOGISTICS BUSINESS". Herald of Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics 138, n.º 4 (10 de septiembre de 2021): 56–67. http://dx.doi.org/10.31617/visnik.knute.2021(138)04.

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Background. The activities of logistics companies require introduction of mana­gement tools of corporate social responsibility (CSR) at the strategic and operational level today. Accordingly, the issues of specific features, manifestation forms and promising areas of development of socially oriented logistics business are relevant. Analysis of recent research and publications has shown that there is a wide range of publications about CSR nature, principles, forms and its implications for enterprises. However, the features of socially oriented development programs by logistics companies are not studied. The aim of the article is to investigate the peculiarities of manifestation of corporate social responsibility, the forms and directions of its implementation in the activities of lo­gistics service providers in the context of modern global challenges. Materials and methods. Methods of comparative analysis, synthesis, systema­tization, generalization were used in this paper. Results. Thanks to socially oriented approaches to doing business, logistics com­panies are often able to achieve significant resource savings, solve staffing issues, support innovative development, establish and maintain transparent and mutually beneficial rela­tionships with all stakeholders in supply chains. The main areas of CSR for logistics companies are environmental, which is manifested in the plane of transport and ware­housing operations; economic area ensures the efficiency and reliability of logistics chains, development of economic systems; social area is in the context of labor relations and ensuring consumer rights. Operators of the Ukrainian logistics services market are actively implementing CSR practices and confirm this fact with certificates of compliance with international standards. During the COVID-19 pandemic, logistics companies significantly expanded socially oriented business practice. Conclusion. In the context of the global pandemic crisis, new threats and challenges are emerging for logistics operators, related to their increased accountability to society and growing risks to the uninterrupted functioning of supply chains. Keywords: corporate social responsibility, logistic companies, sustainable deve­lop­ment programs, socially oriented activities, virtuous partnership, standards of sustain­nable business development.
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Prykhozhanov, Valerii. "LEGAL AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF BUSINESS". European Political and Law Discourse 8, n.º 4 (2021): 131–35. http://dx.doi.org/10.46340/eppd.2021.8.4.15.

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Duca, Ioana y Rodica Gherghina. "Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Business". International Journal of Innovation in the Digital Economy 9, n.º 2 (abril de 2018): 26–39. http://dx.doi.org/10.4018/ijide.2018040103.

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In this article, the authors propose an analysis of the corporate social responsibility (CSR) concept together with an emphasis on the role it plays in the context of sustainable development. The article includes a synthesis of the various theoretical approaches to CSR, an overview of the development of CSR practices at a national and an international level, certain authors' for and against arguments are related to generalising these practices, trends regarding CSR practices at international level, as well as an analysis of the CSR practices in Romania. The research conclusions express the author's own points of view on the development of corporate social responsibility initiatives at company level and the related benefits thereof.
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Novikova, Nataliia, Lesia Ovcharenko y Tetiana Ozhelevska. "Social responsibility of business: institutional approach". Ekonomika APK, n.º 2 (28 de febrero de 2020): 93–103. http://dx.doi.org/10.32317/2221-1055.202002093.

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Patterson, John y Glenys Patterson. "Social Responsibility andManain International Business Education". Journal of Teaching in International Business 11, n.º 1 (diciembre de 2000): 73–89. http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/j066v11n01_05.

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Maidyrova, Aigul, Baurzhan Esengeldi y Aidana Sariyeva. "Social Responsibility of Business in Kazakhstan". International Corporate Responsibility Series 4 (2009): 261–66. http://dx.doi.org/10.5840/icr2009415.

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Choi, Jongmoo Jay, Hoje Jo, Jimi Kim y Moo Sung Kim. "Business Groups and Corporate Social Responsibility". Journal of Business Ethics 153, n.º 4 (18 de mayo de 2018): 931–54. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10551-018-3916-0.

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Yuan, Yuan, Louise Yi Lu, Gaoliang Tian y Yangxin Yu. "Business Strategy and Corporate Social Responsibility". Journal of Business Ethics 162, n.º 2 (21 de agosto de 2018): 359–77. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10551-018-3952-9.

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Manasakis, Constantine. "Business ethics and corporate social responsibility". Managerial and Decision Economics 39, n.º 4 (11 de abril de 2018): 486–97. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mde.2921.

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Khamidullina, Farda Ildarovna y Gazizullin Rishat Ilnurovich. "The Concept of Social Responsibility of Business: From Economics to Law". Webology 19, n.º 1 (20 de enero de 2022): 3291–300. http://dx.doi.org/10.14704/web/v19i1/web19217.

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The article discusses the concept of social responsibility of business, which underlies the theory of corporate management, and traces its evolution from economic to legal content in the XX-XXI centuries. The authors consider various paradigms of understanding the essence and principles of practical implementation of the concept of social responsibility of business from the theories of corporate egoism, corporate altruism, reasonable altruism to the "pyramidal" concept of corporate social responsibility, developed by A. Caroll, and ESG criteria. Historical features of the perception of entrepreneurship in Russia are indicated as a particular aspect. A proposal is made to popularize entrepreneurship through the work of high-quality corporate management aimed at solving social problems. The article recognizes the relevance of understanding the concept of social responsibility of business beyond economic theory as a universal concept affecting the spheres of economics, law, politics and international cooperation on humanitarian issues. Analyzing the concept of social responsibility of business in the legal aspect, which recognizes the need to balance social responsibility and respect for the interests of entrepreneurial activity, the authors turn to the theory of two orders (space and taxis) by F.A. von Hayek. Our analysis showed that one of the tasks of legal comprehension of the concept of social responsibility of business is the search for a one-to-one correspondence between what is prescribed to the subject of entrepreneurial activity by virtue of the law, and what the corporation voluntarily accepts as its social obligation.
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Zubkova, A. B., A. B. Makarenko, R. M. Misiunia, D. S. Maihurova, M. O. Vodiakhina y A. A. Ihnatova. "Sustainable Behavior in International Business: Corporate Social Responsibility for Mimicry or for Business Value?" Business Inform 11, n.º 526 (2021): 425–39. http://dx.doi.org/10.32983/2222-4459-2021-11-425-439.

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The paper is aimed at studying different pillars for the development of long-term and short-term strategies in the field of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility. The paper underlines the key differences between the concepts of sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, and ecological, social, and corporate governance. The study aims to highlight the key differences between sustainable behavior and mimicry, i.e. masking the results of companies' activity under the global or local trends in corporate social responsibility. The article focuses on studying key systems for measuring the sustainable development level. Therefore, the results of the world's leading companies have been analyzed according to the main ratings of the sustainable development level. The paper presents the empirical study of the activities of the leading Ukrainian companies in sustainable development, compares their results with those of less successful companies, examines the general situation in Ukraine. Despite the relatively high sustainable development level of the leading players in the Ukrainian market, the companies that had a lower position in the sustainability ranking got lower scores by the key components of evaluating the sustainability level. The research emphasizes the complexity of measuring the sustainable development level of enterprises, and also proposes an integrated system for evaluating the sustainable development level of enterprise, based on a combined list of components used by different analytical companies. The expediency of a more detailed monitoring of the Ukrainian companies’ activity, aiming at detecting and counteracting mimicry, is substantiated. The paper proves the necessity to develop a comprehensive measurement system for determining the sustainable development level, which will provide the most accurate evaluation and recommendations for business development.
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Zambrana Flores, Henry Mamfredo. "RESPONSABILIDAD SOCIAL EMPRESARIAL CORPORATIVA BUSINESS CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY". Revista Cientifica TECNIA 25, n.º 2 (23 de febrero de 2017): 45. http://dx.doi.org/10.21754/tecnia.v25i2.49.

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La responsabilidad social empresarial (RSE) es un concepto con el cual las empresas deciden voluntariamente incluirse en el logro de una sociedad mejor y un medio ambiente más saludable. Requiere de una continua adaptación a los cambios que se producen en su entorno, con su mirada puesta en la sostenibilidad empresarial que beneficie a la empresa y a las partes interesadas. El presente trabajo aborda, en primer lugar, los inicios y evolución del concepto de RSE, mostrando la estrecha relación con los cambios económicos y sociales. La responsabilidad social empresarial se inició con acciones filantrópicas, seguidas de acciones de inversión social. Sin embargo, en la actualidad, se plantea la realización de prácticas responsables integradas a la gestión empresarial, lo que propone nuevos modelos de gestión empresarial. Para comprender la noción de RSE en los negocios, se ha considerado necesario la realización de un diagnóstico en profundidad. Para ello, se muestran las diversas teorías y modelos de RSE corporativa; los grupos de interés y la RSE para la gestión; su interrelación con las normas legales actuales; y las herramientas de aplicación. Si se quiere ser competitivo, es necesario entender la empresa como un ciudadano corporativo con deberes y derechos, así como desafíos y aspectos críticos en su gestión. Finalmente, se hace mención a una serie de casos de RSE en los ámbitos internacional, nacional y regional para comprender el accionar y la respuesta de diversas empresas frente a los desafíos de su entorno y las necesidades de sus grupos de interés. ABSTRACTCorporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept whereby companies decide voluntarily to include themselves the achievement of a better society and a healthier environment. It requires constantly adapting to the changing environment, with their sights set on corporate sustainability that benefits the company and stakeholders. Firstly, this paper addresses the beginnings and evolution about CSR concept, showing the close relationship between the economic and social changes. CSR began with philanthropy actions, followed by social investment actions. However, today, a realization of responsible practices integrated to business management is set out, which proposes new models of business management. To understand CSR in business is necessary to consider performing an in-depth diagnostic; for that, it shows the various theories and models of Corporate CSR, the stakeholders and CSR management; the relationship with the current laws and implementation tools. If competitiveness is required, it is necessary to understand the company as a corporate citizen with rights and duties, as well as challenges and critical issues in management. Finally, many of regional, national and internationals CSR cases are mentions to understand the actions and responses of various companies facing the challenges of their environment and the needs of its stakeholders. .
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Nadtoka, Tat'yana y Dar'ya Alistratova. "Corporate Social Responsibility in Small Business: Strengths and Development Challenges". Bulletin of Kemerovo State University. Series: Political, Sociological and Economic sciences 2021, n.º 3 (22 de noviembre de 2021): 408–17. http://dx.doi.org/10.21603/2500-3372-2021-6-3-408-417.

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The present research featured the theory and practice of corporate social responsibility in small business. The research objective was to define the benefits and problems of implementing corporate social responsibility in small businesses. The study was based on domestic and foreign publications on small business and corporate social responsibility. A set of standard methods of analysis revealed that small business needs to expand the implementation of corporate social responsibility. The authors believe that small business in unrecognized states needs more state support, especially in the field of digital technologies and social activities. The data obtained can help small private enterprises to introduce the principles of social responsibility in their business.
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Michalski, Michał A. "Consumer social responsibility". Annales. Etyka w Życiu Gospodarczym 21, n.º 7 (2 de abril de 2018): 97–109. http://dx.doi.org/10.18778/1899-2226.21.7.07.

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In our contemporary literature and academic discourse, we often see how popular the topic of corporate social responsibility is. It will be argued that another problem, tightly linked to this issue, and strongly influencing the business environment is the consumer behaviour. This second part of business relations is often associated rather with legal demands and customer protection. The purpose of my article is to show how consumer social responsibility can help not only the corporations but also those involved in the market exchange to contribute to the common good and improve quality of millions of transactions people make every day. To become real, this responsibility needs effort—courage to witness by expressing consumer’s opinion and education. The first aspect shows how important action is in revealing values and introducing ethics into everyday market activity, the second shows that emphasizing basic economic education and expecting thorough information from companies can help build and enhance consumer awareness. This article also attempts to demonstrate the contributions of Catholic Social Thought to the problem of social responsibility.
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Vladymyr, Olha y Nataliia Bazhanova. "Social challenges and social responsibility of business in wartime". Socio-Economic Problems and the State 27, n.º 2 (2022): 45–62. http://dx.doi.org/10.33108/sepd2022.nom2.045.

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The article examines the essence of social responsibility of business and its role in the development of the national economy, in facilitating the solution of social problems at various stages of ethical views formation regarding the organization of business, both in the world and in Ukraine. Peculiarities of the manifestation of social responsibility in different territories of our country, which in certain historical periods were part of different countries, are studied. It is revealed the influence of national culture and worldview, as well as political circumstances and restrictions on the identification and self-expression of Ukrainians in various aspects of social life, including economic one, on the formation of economic and socially responsible centers, the main goal of which is the support and social protection of the Ukrainian population, the revival of the economy and education in Galicia. The traditions of Ukrainian patronage, thanks to which the population of Left-bank Ukraine revived their language, culture, writing and painting, and had access to educational and medical services are mentioned. The negative impact of the colonial enslavement of Ukraine by the Soviet Union on the development of social responsibility is considered, primarily due to the destruction of the institution of private property and the introduction of command-administrative management methods. That later served as one of the reasons for the emergence of such processes as shadow economy, corruption, unscrupulous business conduct, tax evasion, non-compliance with legislation, and thus violation of the basic principles of ethics and social responsibility of business at the first stages of the revival of the national economy of Ukraine. However, the article substantiates those similar negative processes took place in most of the modern economically developed countries of the world, during the period when they passed the stage of «wild capitalism», which lasted until the second quarter of the 20th century. Ukrainian society passed this stage in a very quick period, in ten years. And already in 2000, Ukrainian business began to revive ancient Ukrainian traditions of patronage and moved to the next stage of the formation of social responsibility of business – local care, and now to full social management. Analyzing the tragic events and challenges faced by Ukrainian society during the modern Russian-Ukrainian war, the article reveals the extraordinary activity, initiative, and variety of social responsibility projects of domestic businesses that operate in various spheres of activity and on various forms of organization. At the same time, the article substantiates the need to improve conditions for doing business, improve legislation and the judicial system, as one of the components of encouraging entrepreneurs to expand their social responsibility.
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Rahim, Mia Mahmudur. "Corporate Social Responsibility to Business, Enterprises, and Business Regulations". Transnational Corporations Review 3, n.º 3 (septiembre de 2011): I—III. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19186444.2011.11658292.

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Tomasella, Barbara y Alisha Ali. "The importance of personal values and hospitableness in small foodservice businesses’ social responsibility". Hospitality & Society 9, n.º 3 (1 de septiembre de 2019): 307–29. http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/hosp_00004_1.

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This article investigates the relationship between personal values, hospitableness and social responsibility in small, independent foodservice businesses. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 24 owner-managers of these businesses located in Sheffield, United Kingdom. The results established that hospitableness is expressed through the way in which these small businesses engage in social responsibility. In lifestyle and family businesses, personal values, such as altruism, friendliness and a passion for food, influence the hospitableness and social responsibility of the small foodservice business. In the long term, social responsibility actions expressing hospitableness add value to the business itself. This research contributes to the hospitality literature by empirically demonstrating how hospitableness can be expressed through small business social responsibility, which can provide, in the long term, a competitive advantage for small, independent foodservice businesses.
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Jones, Peter, David Hillier y Daphne Comfort. "Fashioning corporate social responsibility". Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies 2, n.º 8 (17 de octubre de 2012): 1–10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/20450621211295578.

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Subject areaCorporate social responsibility, sustainability and business ethics.Study level/applicabilityThis case has been designed for undergraduate students, with two target audiences. The first is business and management students following modules in corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainability and business ethics. Here the accent is on allowing the students to explore and debate how CSR agendas are emerging within a specific sector of the retail economy. The second is students pursuing fashion, clothing, textile, retailing and consumer studies degrees and here the focus is on how some of the leading fashion goods retailers are addressing CSR. More generally the case can also be used on “Contemporary Issues” modules within general business and management programmes.Case overviewThis small case offers an exploratory review of the emerging CSR issues currently being publicly addressed by the world's leading fashion goods retailers. It includes a brief introduction to CSR; a brief thumbnail sketch of the fashion goods industry; details of the method of enquiry; a description of the CSR issues currently being publicly addressed by the top ten fashion good retailers on their corporate web sites; and some critical reflections on the CSR agendas being pursued by these retailers. The case study is novel in two ways. First, it focuses upon what is an emerging market issue rather than on emerging markets per se though a number of the issues raised in the case have major implications for emerging economies. Second, it addresses the CSR issues being addressed by a number of the leading fashion goods retailers and as such it a not a case which relates to individual decision making. While the case is principally focussed upon the retail sector it ranges across the whole of the supply chain.Expected learning outcomesThe paper provides an accessible review of the CSR issues and agendas currently being pursued by the leading fashion goods retailers and as such it will be of interest to academics, students and practitioners who are interested in both the fashion industry and corporate sustainability.Supplementary materialsTeaching notes are available, please consult your librarian for access.

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