The Focus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)


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Essay #: 058069
Total text length is 68,600 characters (approximately 47.3 pages).

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The Focus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Over the past 50 years the focus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has evolved to become one of the main concerns of both industry and society. There have been many theoretical models developed to provide guidance to managers in implementing and measuring CSR compatible strategies. While there is a general consensus that CSR is important, the adoption rate by industry and concrete evidence of success has been elusive.
In this paper, the author will review a sample of academic literature on the topic of CSR. The review will attempt to illustrate the development of CSR theory over time. I will also provide some examples of scholarly views on the importance of CSR to...
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.....ess and Society Review, Vol. 109 No. 1, pp. 5-42.
Wilkens, S. (1995). Beyond bumper sticker ethics: an
introduction to theories of right and wrong. Champaign, IL: InterVarsity Press
Completion and submission of Draft Proposal - December 7, 2009
Completion and submission of Final Proposal – January 7, 2010
Interim submission and review of secondary company data – January 21, 2010
Completion and submission of Literature Review – January 31, 2010
Completion and submission of Secondary company data analysis February 15, 2010
Submission and review of draft final paper – March 1, 2010
Second submission of draft final paper incorporating changes from first review March 15, 2010
Final Submission applied project – March 30, 2010