Roles of Government in Supporting CSR
In: Creating Business and Social Value: The Asian Way to Integrate CSR into Business Strategies
AbstractOne main proposal of this publication is that the contemporary CSR agenda is founded on the premise that businesses are part of society, their relationship with society is interdependent, and they have the potential to make a positive contribution to societal goals and aspirations. This role of business in promoting positive social progress is well recognized by governments in many developed and developing countries and they have begun to adopt this type of CSR agenda and encourage business in taking initiatives toward positive social development.
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