Answered By: Business ULS
Last Updated: Aug 12, 2016     Views: 12

Corporate social responsibility is a business philosophy which stresses the need for firms to behave as good corporate citizens, not merely obeying the law, but conducting their production and marketing activities in a manner which avoids causing environmental pollution or exhausting finite world resources.

A guide entitled Corporate Social Responsibility has been created that focuses specifically on CSR research. It includes tips and resources on researching a company, privates companies, political contributions, and much more.

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