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Download this publication The question of corporate responsibility in poor and undemocratic countries, has been addressed by a CMI strategic institute programme SIP entitled "Business ethics for multinational corporations in developing countries".
The programme, which has run from tohas resulted in several international publications, and garnered significant media attention. This brief relates the major results of the programme. Three perspectives on business ethics The programme distinguishes between three different perspectives on business ethics: The normative perspective asks what corporations ought to do, what responsibilites do corporations have and to whom The instrumental perspective studies what responsibilities are profitable and in the interest of firms to pursue, and how firms can be given incentives to fulfil their other responsibilities The descriptive perspective asks what firms actually do in the area of business ethics The programme has obtained important results for all three perspectives, which are highlighted in turn below.Corporate Social Responsibility in the 21st Century Debates, Models and Practices Across Government, Law and Business; see also Horrigan, B.
(). 21st Century Corporate Social Responsibility Trends – An Emerging Comparative Body of Law and Regulation on Corporate Responsibility, Governance, and Sustainability. Thus, corporate social responsibility is defined as “a voluntary way for a company to enhance its public image and reputation by incorporating responsible activities that satisfies a need of society beyond its legal requirements” (Abels &.
Background: With the development of multinational companies (MNCs), corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become a very important component of corporate activities.
However, the commitment to CSR in China has been very low. The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) concept was first defined by Bowen in used to combat the negative actions of MNCs has been the emergence of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the principle that companies have a duty to practice better business norms and use their resources for the best interest of the international community.
MNCs Worldwide •Every Multinational company faces ethical challenges when operating in a foreign country: •Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): the idea that businesses have a responsibility to society beyond making profits •CSR is closely related to business ethics.
It is interesting to notice that corporate responsibility in Serbia has been driven by the efforts of consumers, NGOs and MNCs: Many SMEs in Serbia do not really see the importance and usefulness of CSR policies and believe that its implementation costs will be higher than its rewards.