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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 3 (43), 2012
ISSUES OF ECONOMIC THEORY. MACROECONOMICS
Belousov K. Yu.
PhD student, Chair of Economic Theory and Social Politics, Department of Economics, St. Petersburg State University

Social responsibility and economy: public pressure and driving forces of cooperative social responsibility (Russia, St. Petersburg)
The article analyzes the topical issues and theoretical contradictions related to corporate social responsibility and discusses the driving forces that motivate companies to take the load of social responsibility
Key words: corporate social responsibility (CSR), social responsibility of business, socially responsible business, driving forces of CSR
Pages: 90 - 92



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