A reconstruction of Carroll’s pyramid of corporate social responsibility for the 21st century

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Baden, Denise;

As one of the most influential models of corporate social responsibility (CSR), Carroll’s pyramid of CSR has both reflected, and helped to perpetuate, a business-centric notion of CSR which implies that economic responsibilities take precedence over legal and ethical re... View more
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