Social Responsibility: Support for the Economic Performance of Romanian SMEs
The main objective of the research is to identify and quantify the correlation between socially responsible management applied to organizations and their level of performance, in order to define the theoretical and practical ways of harmonizing the socio-ecological principles with the economic ones. The research is based on a systematic documentation on social responsibility, highlighting the tridimensional approach (economic, ecological and social), and the level of national development, including aspects regarding the objectives and possibilities for their achievement. The results presented are based on a study conducted in an area of strategic importance for Romania’s development, namely the SMEs.
|This chapter was published in: Razvan Catalin Dobrea & Felicia Alina Dinu , , pages 723-737, 2011.|
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