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Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibilities  [cached]
Catalina Mitra Crisan,Anca Borza
International Business Research , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v5n2p106
Abstract: This article emphasizes the meaning of social entrepreneurship and that of corporate social responsibility and the role held in social value creating process. There are several opinions regarding the distinctions between social entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility considering the implications, the impact and the stimulus. This article will point out our approach regarding Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility based on our research made in Cluj County from northwestern part of Romania, by highlighting their characteristics and the way that both processes influence the social environment. The research was made using two types of questionnaires which were applied to commercial enterprises and NGO’s with social purpose.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
ARPITA MAHESHKUMAR PATEL
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Corporate social responsibility (CSR, also called corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, social performance, orsustainable responsible business/ Responsible Business)[1] is a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. CSR policy functions as a built-in, self-regulating mechanism whereby a business monitors and ensures its active compliance with the spirit of the law, ethical standards, and international norms. In some models, a firm's implementation of CSR goes beyond compliance and engages in "actions that appear to further some social good, beyond the interests of the firm and that which is required by law."[2][3]CSR is a process with the aim to embrace responsibility for the company's actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere who may also be considered as stakeholders
RETHINKING OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP: TOWARDS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY  [cached]
Marina Kla?mer ?alopa,Marijan Cingula
Journal of Information and Organizational Sciences , 2006,
Abstract: Social entrepreneurship is highlighted as a result of general entrepreneurship development because the traditional entrepreneurial factors are accomplished with the social aspects of common good. Entrepreneur's responsibility in choosing the main business activity within an industry increases if the way he conducts his activities is considered. Institutional support for social entrepreneurship is achieved by generating many business activities in order to fulfil different kinds of social needs. Social entrepreneurship is possible if both entrepreneur’s initiative and institutional support for small and medium sized enterprises (SME) are included in performing for traditionally non-profit activities. Allowing private initiative to fulfil the real needs of different users in social, educational, cultural and other non-profit fields is a good way to support SMEs. However, the institutional control should still remain in place in order to protect the minimum performing standards.The development of social entrepreneurship in transition countries is important for general economic development, but also for the supporting values of ethics in business activities.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN ROMANIA  [PDF]
Serbanica Daniel,Militaru Gheorghe,georgescubogdanmk@yahoo.com
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2008,
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to identify the main opportunities and limitations of corporate social responsibility (CSR). The survey was defined with the aim to involve the highest possible number of relevant CSR topics and give the issue a more wholesome perspective. It provides a basis for further comprehension and deeper analyses of specific CSR areas. The conditions determining the success of CSR in Romania have been defined in the paper on the basis of the previously cumulative knowledge as well as the results of various researches. This paper provides knowledge which may be useful in the programs promoting CSR.
The Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Value Using the Game Theory  [cached]
Zhaoliang Sun,Huipeng Yuan
International Journal of Business and Management , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v5n9p166
Abstract: The relationship between corporate social responsibility and corporate value cause the attention of theory circle increasingly. This paper analyzes the mechanism of the corporate social responsibility to corporate value, introducing the game model to justify the legitimacy of corporate social responsibility and demonstrate its function to corporate value. At last, the corresponding countermeasures are put forward.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Family Enterprise  [PDF]
Fengjiao Zhang
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2016.43049
Abstract: As one of important characteristics of the economic development and social progress, fulfilling corporation social responsibility has attracted wide attention from all sectors of society. We empirically test the influence of family enterprise on the behavior characteristics of corporate social responsibility. We find that the family enterprises fulfill more social responsibility to shareholders, but less social responsibility to employees, suppliers, and the environment than non-family enterprises. Now family enterprise has gradually become a part of China economy booming. The government should strengthen the guidance to family enterprise to promote its development. Chinese family enterprises will make greater contribution to the social responsibility in future.
Corporate Social Responsibility  [PDF]
Fang-Mei Tai, Shu-Hao Chuang
iBusiness (IB) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2014.63013
Abstract: Enterprises should not only be profitable tools, but also be responsible citizenships. Corporate practices need a world structure to exceed imposed standards, go beyond present governments, and set goals for sustainable development. Multinational enterprises are responsive to the stake-holders’ needs. Therefore, enterprises must focus on productive stakes in the global economy, and include social responsibility “which creates long-term sustainability for corporate success by meeting the needs of all suppliers, investors and employees” into their ownership advantage. The perspective and implementation of CSR has important consequences for Multinational Enterprises through FDI in fostering development. This paper addresses the implication that pays attention to the active and passive ways of CSR in which MNEs or the Pre-MNEs can be affected in sustainable development. In order to promote awareness of the citizenship and incorporate SR practices into the workplace, qualitative and quantitative surveys were made. Generally, it can capitalize further from CSR real implementation, and other conclusions are also obtained from the analysis.
Place of Social Entrepreneurship in Generator Driven Economy
American Journal of Economics , 2012, DOI: 10.5923/j.economics.20120202.01
Abstract: The economy of Nigeria is powered by generator Plants. This study investigated the place of Social Entrepreneurship in an economy that lacks social amenities and infrastructures which should have stimulated Social Entrepreneurship, Corporate preparedness to support Social Entrepreneurship in such economy and seeks to unravel current Corporate conceptions between Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Business Responsibility in such emerging economy. Eighty Corporate bodies located in five states were surveyed using questionnaire that addressed the specific objectives. The sampling method adopted is availability and willingness to participate. Percentages were used to localize assertions while SPSS version 16 based Multivariate Analysis of Variance statistical tool was employed to produce test statics and statistical inferences drawn at 5% level of significance on each of the stated hypothesis. The research findings showed that currently there is a confused conception of Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility. It was also found out that institutional trusts among Corporate bodies and Governmental Agencies are very low in Nigeria thus impeding the flourishing evolution of Social Entrepreneurship to a large extent. The tenets of Social Entrepreneurship needs to be expatiated and Corporate service costs reduced by providing enabling structures that will further enhance flourishing evolution of Social Entrepreneurship in developing countries as Corporate preparedness to support Social Entrepreneurship in Generator driven economy such as Nigeria is encouraging.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: OPTIONAL OR REGULATORY
MIHAELA IRINA IONESCU
Challenges of the Knowledge Society , 2012,
Abstract: Given the collateral activity developed and the economic background of the present author I took the approach of a topic that includes aspects from both fields, namely “Corporate Social responsibility- optional or regulatory”. Through the paper I will try to summarize the pros and cons of regulation, mandatory of corporate social responsibility and to review, present the ways in which countries with advanced economies in European Union and the EU itself have addressed this issue.
Corporate Social Responsibility – between Desideratum and Reality  [PDF]
Anca Maria HRISTEA
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2011,
Abstract: The corporate social responsibility is a desideratum of the world and it is an important premise of the business environment. The objectives of this presentation are: conceptual understanding, the identification of the advantages generated by the social responsibility for the company and for the society as a whole, the determination of the correlation between the enterprise’s efforts and the obtained effects, the pointing out of the necessity of setting up of the corporate social responsibility on ethical criteria. As a corollary, one can appreciate that the corporate social responsibility is a source of competitive advantage and a strategic intercession.
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