Economic responsibility is one of the three pillars of CSR and Sustainable Development in corporations and nonprofits.Corporate economic responsibility is more relevant than ever to companies, NGOs, and institutions in the current context of socioeconomic inequality and business ethics.Today, proper and economic management of operations and societal risks, as part of Corporate Social Responsibility, is essential for the sustainable and competitive development of organizations, companies, and NGOs. Our increasingly demanding consumption in our local economies as well as the world economy is putting pressure on firms to function both profitably and sustainably, but ethical and transparent governance with CSR is not out of reach…
Economic and social development, responsible governance, business ethics, socially responsible investment (SRI), stakeholder dialogue, sponsorships and donations, NGO-business partnership, responsible purchasing… In this category, find out about economic responsibility news in relation to corporate social responsibility of companies, nonprofits, and institutions.Discover also examples of economic responsibility, commitment, and approaches of organizations in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
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