The Concept and Development Tendencies of Corporate Social Responsibility

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Krisztina Szegedi (2010)

The expression Corporate Social Responsibility was first used in the United States of America in the 1960s. This triggered a nationwide debate about the responsibilities corporations have towards societies. The most criticized statement belongs to Milton Friedman, a Nob... View more
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