In light of a slew of recent ethical infractions in business, commercial organizations are increasingly expected to exhibit ethical behavior and moral management, and rightly so. However, firms are now also being called to practice “corporate social responsibility” (CSR), not always rightly so. The problem is that the concept of CSR is fuzzy, with unclear boundaries and debatable legitimacy.
(2003), "Corporate socialism unethically masquerades as “CSR”: The difference between being ethical, altruistic and strategic in business", Strategic Direction, Vol. 19 No. 6, pp. 31-35. https://doi.org/10.1108/02580540310472135Download as .RIS
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