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Business for Social Responsibility

Fromed to fill an urgent need for a national business alliance that fosters bialy responsible corporate policies.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Seriously considering the impact of the company's actions on societies.


Corporate Citizenship

Social responsibility, social responsiveness, and social performance


Philanthropy

Contributions to charity and other worthy causes.

Community Obligations

To improve, beautify and uplift.

Paternalism

the system, principle, or practice of managing or governing individuals, businesses, nations, etc., in the manner of a father dealing benevolently and often intrusively with his children:

Economic Responsibilities

An institution should have the object e to produce goods and services that society wants ;and to sell them at fair prices

Legal Responsibilities

Reflect society's view of "codified ethics" in the sense that they embody basic notions of fair practices as established by our lawmakers.

Ethical Responsibilities

Needed to embrace those activities and practices that are expected or prohibited by society even though they are not codified into law.

Philanthropic Responsibilities

Reflect current expectations of business by the public.

Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR)

Portrays the four components of CSR, beginning with he basic building block of economic performance at the base.

Corporate Social Responsiveness

Accountability or obligation

Corporate Social Performance

The results or outcomes of their acceptance of social responsibility and the adoption of a responsiveness philosophy.

Stages of Corporate Citizenship

Reflects a stage-by-stage process in which seven dimensions evolve as they move through five stages.

Global Corporate Citizenship

Business enterprise that responsibly exercises its rights and implements its duties to individuals, stakeholders, and societies whiten and across national and cultural borders.

"Triple Bottom-Line"

A variant of the multiple-bottom-line perspective

Sustainability

Economic, social, and environmental spheres.

Corporate Sustainability

Goal of the triple-bottom-line approach. To create long-term shareholder value by taking advantage of opportunities and managing risks related to economic, environmental, and social developments.

Socially Responsible or Ethical Investing

Social Screening