Corporate Social Responsibility in Romania. Case Study
CSR starting premise that aims to harmonize economic, social and environmental. In Romania, CSR is a relatively new field, but now more and more business in the Romanian society, being promoted, especially through multinational companies. A sensitive issue, at least for companies doing business in Romania, is to ensure communication and transparency of information on socially responsible investment as they are involved. In this article we try to present the current situation regarding the practical implementation of CSR in Romania, but not before taking into account the dimensions of corporate social responsibility and issues of recognition or non-recognition investments in the accounts of social. The study concerns a sample of 40 companies (multi)national, which are considered matters such as: areas of interest are involved, different budgets for socially responsible actions, the main CSR projects, and most philanthropic companies past five years carrying out their business activities (and) in Romania.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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