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Yu-Hsin, Lin 170433169 CSR

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Transcript of Yu-Hsin, Lin 170433169 CSR

OUTLINE
1.
Definition of CSR
2.
Argument

a. non-profit
b. build brand value
3.

Agreement

a. humanity
b. benefits for everyone
4.
Conclusion
DEFINITION OF CSR
C
orporate
S
ocial
R
esponsibility
ARGUEMENT
AGREEMENT
CONCLUSION
AGREEMENT
2. Benefits to EVERYONE
- long term
- society
- environment
- eg.
1. Humanity
- negative eg.


Ambitious, profit-minded global companies should still behave in a socially -responsible way.
1. NON-profit
- shareholders
2. build Brand Value
- boost beliefs and affection
- spend less than AD
CSR
YU-HSIN, LIN 170433169
Harish, S. and Santhosh, S. (2013). Affects Of Globalization and Limitations of Corporate Social Responsibility in India. IOSR Journal Of Humanities And Social Science, 14(4), pp.38-54.
 
Gatt, A. (2017). A case for international benchmarking and monitoring of csr. [online] Available at: http://www.um.edu.mt/europeanstudies/books/CD CSP3/pdf/btetmatw-agatt.pdf [Accessed 20 Aug. 2017].
 
Corps, M. (2007). Corporate Responsibility and Globalization | Global Envision. [online] Globalenvision.org. Available at: https://www.globalenvision.org/library/8/1433 [Accessed 20 Aug. 2017].
 
Dower, N. (2004). Global Economy, Justice and Sustainability. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 7(4), pp.399-415.
QUESTION

Do you agree with implementing CSR
now
?
Do you agree with me
after
my presentation?
REFERENCE
Three basic principles:
1. Sustainability
2. Accountability
3. Transparency
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