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Definition Of Corporate Social Responsibility
686 wordsCorporate Social Responsibility is a corporation that is responsible, not only for themselves, but also the employees, local community, environment and global impact. As history has shown us, a greedy or ignorant corporation can do vast amounts of damage to an environment, community, and people. Everything from using unsafe chemicals, to the clearing of acres of forest just to turn a profit. Almost always, in the past, business owners never looked to the future, or at any possible reactions to t...
Concept Of Corporate Social Responsibility
1,584 wordsWith the recent corporate scandals involving such companies as Enron and Martha Stewart, the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has once again made its way to the forefront of contemporary management ideologies. However, CSR itself is not a new concept. In fact, societies as far back as the Ancient Mesopotamian's (circa 1700 BC) incorporated CSR in their businesses. "King Hammurabi introduced a code in which builders, innkeepers or farmers were put to death if their negligence caus...
Stone's Conception Of Corporate And Social Responsibility
610 wordsMr. Vickers Humanities 19115 December 2004"HOW SHOULD I MAKE MONEY?" Businesses nowadays do what they have to do to get the job done, as far as making profit and succeeding in their goals. They complete these goals by any means necessary and in my opinion they should be held responsible for their actions. Sure what they do can sometime bring in profit, but looking ahead, they " re doing things against public interest and in the long run it will ruin their companies. They should allow us as a peo...
Group Of Individuals Responsible For An Action
534 wordsPhilosophy Corporate Accountability Corporate accountability is an important subject in today's society, in reading "Corporate Culpability Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines", by Jennifer Moore it is obvious that she feels very strongly that corporations are not being held accountable for their actions. Jennifer argues that employees are often blamed for their actions, but are simply complying with their job. This is very insightful, and I find it very hard to disagree with her logic. She s...
Confucian Philosophy And Chinese Culture
1,705 wordsFreedom devoid of responsibility would result in the collapse of the social network. It would cause strife among individuals, between individuals and society, and essentially would lead to the sacrifice of the future in order to fulfill short-term desires. Coming under much scrutiny for allegedly doing just this is today's dominant institution, a legal establishment with pervasive influence on contemporary life: the modern corporate enterprise. We live in a world plagued with human exploitation ...
Philip Morris Corporation
807 wordsCorporations or Consumers, Who is Responsible The lives and daily routines of many Americans are affected by corporate activities. Corporations provide the basic necessities like food and water as well as luxuries and pleasures of everyday living. These corporations generate wealth for the economy and their shareholders, and provide employment for much of the population. One of these powerful corporations is Philip Morris who manufactures and distributes tobacco products such as Marlboro (Morris...
Democratic Polity And A Moral Cultural System
608 wordsMicheal Novak is the prolific author of numerous monographs, articles, and reviews, and has written over twenty-five influential books in philosophy, theology, political economy, and culture. He holds the George Fredrick Jewett Chair in Religion, Philosophy, and Public Policy at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington D.C., where he also serves as Director of Social and Political studies. He has lectured almost all over the world and has taught at Harvard, Stanford, Syracuse, and Notre D...
Important Corporate Responsibility To Stakeholders
721 words"The genius of capitalism is to pacify a destructive human characteristic, greed, into benign self-interest, something we know as "incentive". ' James A. Baker, former American Secretary of State 1. INTRODUCTION The topic and aim of this essay is to explain why corporate responsibility to stakeholders affects higher stock valuation? In the aftermath of corporate scandals such as Enron and Tyco it has become crystal clear how important corporate responsibility to stakeholders is. These two compan...
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