Organizational Social Responsibility - State Of The Art
This article clarifies the meaning of the concept of organizational social responsibility (OSR) by highlighting the contributions of both authors of literature and the main relevant international organizations. OSR is a controversial concept and an exciting subject that aroused the interest of many specialists, both theoretically and practically. Many authors and international bodies seek to establish a logical meaning of the concept of social responsibility, in order to facilitate its implementation in the activities of the organizations.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 15S (November)
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