SOME INTERCULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS ON CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY - CASE STUDY: ROMANIA AND HOFSTEDE'S CULTURAL DIMENSIONS

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BALTADOR Lia ; BUDAC Camelia ; BELASCU Lucian (2013)
  • Journal: Revista Economica, volume 65, issue 1, pages 164-173
  • Subject: corporate social responsibility, cultural dimensions, business ethics
    • jel: jel:M14

Globalization is creating the need for new ways of understanding, managing and coping with culture differences. Corporations should take into account these differences when fundamenting their international strategies, even in regard to their business ethic and social re... View more
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