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Three Models of Corporate Social Responsibility

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Less  than  a  year  ago  in Te Miami Herald, Henry Miller wrote, Businesses do not have  social  responsibilities; only people do.”1 Te Economist  also  recently  offered  a  skeptical  view  of  corporate benevolence; the feature article in the January 22, 2005 issue criti-cizes companies contributing to the tsunami relief effort for spend-ing “other people’s money” and concludes, “All things considered, there is much to be said for leaving social and economic policy to governments.”

2     Te rejection of a “social conscience of business” is nothing new; in fact, the sentiment dates back to at least 1970 when Milton Friedman declared, “Tere  is one and only one so-cial responsibility of business—to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits.” But what happens when governments fail in the arena of social and economic policy? And where do companies who believe in the philosophy of “doing well by doing good” fit into the picture?While  groups  like Business  for Social Responsibility  (BSR) tirelessly promote the value added from socially responsible behav-ior, scholars and practitioners debate whether increasing expendi-tures on social or environmental obligations can boost the bottom line. For example, while Michael Porter and Class van der Linde believe  that  strict  (责任编辑:BUG)



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