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The contribution of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to Shell Nigeria’s Corporate Strategy

| January 20, 2017

Introduction Apart from profitability, the primary objective of business also includes sustenance of operations into the long term, receiving repeat business and thereby achieve the satisfaction of the needs of its shareholders.

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CSR: Spreading the benefits and shortcomings towards economic development

| December 18, 2012

Introduction 1. Background Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is not a recent development or trend, it has been around for centuries, but due to recent events such as globalisation spreading both benefits and shortcomings to economic development it has become a hot topic.

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CSR structure for Value creation: the adoption of corporate social responsibility by developing countries

CSR structure for Value creation: the adoption of corporate social responsibility by developing countries

| December 14, 2012

Introduction 1. Inception of CSR and a brief history Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) the term might seem to be a recent phenomenon but a short literature review suggests that this term has evolved over few decades in the corporate world. The term through the same throughout, has evolved but in meaning from standing for charitable […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in South Korea

| December 12, 2012

Introduction In South Korea the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) developed from past 20 years ago and as well the country developed in socially and economically. The main CSR activity involved in Korea to community by volunteering, charity programmes, creating a new bright generations, eco-friendly business process. The different expression are use in CSR […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility at MTN Nigeria

| December 11, 2012

  INTRODUCTION Corporate social responsibility has been in debate since 20th century even though there are some argument for and against if it were really the duty of an organization to provide some kind of social service to the people in its environment even though the organization generate both natural and human resources from its […]

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