Presenting an analysis of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in India, this book looks at the unique roots of the concept in India. It examines Gandhias philosophical moorings that inform Indiaas approach to CSR, and the role of civil society in setting an agenda for championing the rights of the stakeholders. The book goes on to focus on the role of the government in grooming the Indian business to be sensitive of its social concerns. Drawing on rich empirical data, the book shows that CSR in India cannot be conceptualized in ethnocentric terms. Arguing that it is not about athe typical Indiannessa of the articulation, it emphasizes the point that CSR in India needs to be conceptualized in a wider perspective by taking into account its philosophical roots with reference to the prevalent socio-economic and political context. The book is a valuable contribution to the literature on CSR, and is of interest to scholars of Asian Studies, business and development studies.This was an ideological state which upheld apparently pro-worker strategies in which profit-making was highly ... frauda#39;.1 For him, profit-making is not a taboo; one is authorized to make as much money as possible while conforming to ... do to fulfil their ethical responsibilities to the shareholders within legally set parameters.
|Title||:||Corporate Social Responsibility in India|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-03-29|