Research in corporate social performance and policy
Lee E. Preston, James E. Post
JAI Press., Jun 1, 1980 - Business & Economics - 353 pages
This volume examines research in corporate social performance and policy. Topics covered in this volume include: political strategies and industry environments; evaluating corporate claims of social responsibility and self-deception; and, interviews with the founders of the Sim Oral History Project.
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THE MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL POLICY
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