Corporate Social Responsibility - The Romanian Case Study
Although the concept of CSR is gaining ground in European businesses, there are big differences among countries members of European Union. These differences refer to the approach regarding CSR and its implementation in companies. Central and Eastern Europe has a legacy of institutional and economic development different from that in Western Europe. For some countries, like Romania, CSR is a new problem. Although CSR is present in Romanian business society, it has been imposed rather as a fashion, than as a result of a real need of Romanian society. In this context we can say that only the multinational corporations really posse the necessary abilities.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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