The social responsibility influence of corporations on sustainable development
The social responsibility of corporations is a concept that refers to the debt which companies (as social actors) has with respect to all the parties involved in the development of actions presupposed by their economic activity. The concept refers to all categories of companies, from micro-enterprises, up to multinational companies. The companies’ task in the social responsibility of corporations refers to the fact that the respective company has to act bearing in mind the consequences, positive or negative, caused by their activities into the society, the company having the obligation of minimizing the negative effects.
|Date of creation:||14 May 2010|
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|Publication status:||Published in Analele Universităţii Ovidius Constanţa. Seria: Știinţe Economice, ISSN 1582 – 9383 issue 1.Volumu(2010): pp. 1049-1054|
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