Vol. 6- No. 1
Article title:
The Effect of Corporate Social Responsibility on Cost Stickiness in Tehran Stock Exchange
Authors:
Seyed Mohammad Alavinasab, Mohammad Reza Mehrabanpour, Morteza Shaker
Abstract:
Organizations exist in an environment and their operations can cause both positive and negative implications for the society and the environment in which they operate. As businesses perform their day to day activities, they relate with people and communities in their environment, hence the need to be responsible for their actions. In particular, customers collectively get attracted to socially and environmentally conscious businesses (Marin & Ruiz, 2007). Thus, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become an important part of business practice over the last decade and this has led many corporations to dedicate a section of their annual reports and corporate websites to CSR activities, illustrating the importance they attach to such activities.
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Article title:
A LITERATURE REVIEW ON SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: A COMPREHENSIVE SUMMARY
Authors:
Seyed Keivan Maghammahmoodi; Alireza Slambolchi; Kambiz Hamidi
Abstract:
There is increasing interest in corporate social responsibility among researchers and practitioners. The corporate social responsibility construct has been around for several decades, but recent public corporate scandals have brought corporate social responsibility back to the forefront of many discussions. The most prominent conceptualization of corporate social responsibility suggests that an organization has economic, legal, ethical, and philanthropic responsibilities to fulfill (Carroll, 1979).
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