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Perspectivas Teóricas Usadas Para El Estudio De La Responsabilidad Social Empresarial: Una Clasificación En Base A Su Racionalidad







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    Mediante la exploración en profundidad de la literatura relevante de los últimos treinta y ocho años, este trabajo pretende dos objetivos principales. Primero, identificar, revisar y sintetizar las teorías empleadas en la literatura para el estudio de la Responsabilidad Social Empresarial (RSE), exponiendo tanto sus preceptos fundamentales como las principales críticas a que se han visto sujetas. Segundo, se pretende establecer una clasificación de dichas teorías de la RSE basada en dos criterios: (i) la racionalidad predominante que subyace a cada una de ellas y (ii) la concepción del rol de la institución empresarial en la sociedad que defienden. Esta clasificación es una herramienta útil para combinar apropiadamente perspectivas teóricas con distintas racionalidades, enriqueciendo así la labor de quienes estudian la RSE.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD ICESI in its journal ESTUDIOS GERENCIALES.

    Volume (Year): (2011)
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    Handle: RePEc:col:000129:008503
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