A developing country perspective of corporate social responsibility: A test case of Bangladesh

Ali Quazi, Ziaur Rahman, Byron Keating

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Abstract

The ‘social contract’ between the corporation and the community is of critical importance. The motivations for these contracts are continuously being revisited to understand how CSR programs can nurture and contribute to the growth of firms. While CSR issues are attracting a great deal of attention in the developed world, there is a need for more research into CSR in the developing world. This paper considers the CSR practices of a small sample of multinational corporations (MNCs) and local firms in Bangladesh to better understand this situation
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationANZMAC
Place of PublicationNew Zealand
PublisherUniversity of Otago
Pages2789-2795
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Externally publishedYes
EventANZMAC 2007 - Dunedin, Dunedin, New Zealand
Duration: 3 Dec 20075 Dec 2007

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ConferenceANZMAC 2007
CountryNew Zealand
CityDunedin
Period3/12/075/12/07

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Developing countries
Corporate Social Responsibility
Bangladesh
Social contract
Small sample
Developing world
Multinational corporations

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Quazi, A., Rahman, Z., & Keating, B. (2007). A developing country perspective of corporate social responsibility: A test case of Bangladesh. In ANZMAC (pp. 2789-2795). New Zealand: University of Otago.
Quazi, Ali ; Rahman, Ziaur ; Keating, Byron. / A developing country perspective of corporate social responsibility: A test case of Bangladesh. ANZMAC. New Zealand : University of Otago, 2007. pp. 2789-2795
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