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Nertwork Social Responsability

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  • Antonella Zucchella

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The value proposition of the firm to its market is not merely the result of 'value extraction' across the world, by exploiting local resources and capabilities, but for a growing number of firms is a blend of value and values proposition, based on socially responsive behaviour. A values chain shift the emphasis from the practice of corporate social responsibility to the one of network social responsibility. Coordination of the network value chain is not just a matter of improving business performance, but it turns into a strategic matter of guaranteeing to final customers the respect of their expectations, including social responsibility issues.

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  • Antonella Zucchella, 2007. "Nertwork Social Responsability," Symphonya. Emerging Issues in Management, University of Milano-Bicocca, issue 2 Ethics .
  • Handle: RePEc:sym:journl:112:y:2007:i:2
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