Subject: CSR, corporate social responsibility, freedom, liberalism, market, morality, politics
Corporate social responsibility (CSR), or the idea that companies should combine economic, social and environmental concerns, seems an unavoidable component of discourses on business and society. Why is this the case? Is it because we are in a post neoliberal era, and i...
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