Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development

Emilia G. Arthus, Mercedes T. Alvarez
International Journal of Economics & Business Administration, Volume I, Issue 3, 79-92, 2013

Abstract:

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) meaning the active and voluntary contribution of firms to enhance welfare, is achieving a greater importance in Business administration as an intangible asset which management generates competitive advantages and promotes sustainable development. This work indentifies similarities between CSR management and Intellectual Capital management, this one meant as those activities which help us to manage the knowledge of the firm. Our aim is that firms understand the importance of considering CSR as a corporate strategy that enhances the value of the organization, and that they become conscious about its efficiency and efficacy.


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