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Cases of CSR Reports in China

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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Business book series (BRIEFSBUSINESS)

Abstract

The corporation is one of the basic elements of the entire social system. It interacts with the society and other social elements. CSR is the direct result of expectations and pressure of the whole society environment and the individuals in our society. In recent years, from the practice of CSR reports of Chinese corporation, whether on the internal micro level of corporation or macro level of society, region or industry, the positive impact should be far more than the negative impact. CSR can not only bring a positive impact of long-term economic performance, it can also help to enhance the competitiveness of corporation, explore the international market. As a result, it will be help to promote sustainable development. The performance of CSR is to bring positive impacts for the whole community. This is also the governments, publics, NGO, communities, and other corporate stakeholders actively promoting CSR lies. CSR in promoting their own development must be able to promote the progress of their industry and trade and also the comprehensive region development.

Keywords

Social Responsibility Corporate Governance Global Reporting Initiative Corporate Strategy State Grid 
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References

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  1. China Federation of Industrial Economics (2008a) Guidelines for social responsibility of Chinese Industrial Corporate and Industry Associations. China Industrial Association, BeijingGoogle Scholar
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Business SchoolNankai UniversityTianjinPeople’s Republic of China

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