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Analysis of Moral-and-Ethic Business in Russia

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  • Yu. G. Chernysheva
  • G.I. Shepelenko

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The article studies the significance of corporate social responsibility. The authors have chosen aspects of social-and-ethic business as an object of the research. They identify the features of the development of Russian business in the area of moral-and-ethic aspects. The authors also have justified the necessity of forming corporate social responsibility taking into account moral-and-ethic principles. The authors have made the conclusion that an entrepreneur must understand that the compliance with the standards of moral-and-ethic business is the only possible mitigation of conflict of interests of the entrepreneur and the interests of the employee. The authors have suggested forming Russian model of moral-and-ethic business requiring an active role of the state in economic and social spheres combining employees’ commitment in their performance and moral-and-ethic responsibility of the entrepreneur.

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  • Yu. G. Chernysheva & G.I. Shepelenko, 2017. "Analysis of Moral-and-Ethic Business in Russia," European Research Studies Journal, European Research Studies Journal, vol. 0(1), pages 311-318.
  • Handle: RePEc:ers:journl:v:xx:y:2017:i:1:p:311-318
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