Dimensions Of Social Responsibilities In Vietnam

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Thi Thu Hoai Pham , Thi Ngoc Ha Tran ,

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Volume 8 - June 2019 (06)

Abstract

The article builds up a theoretical framework on corporate social responsibility, we learn about the development history of corporate social responsibility, thereby building the content of corporate social responsibility. Finally, we provide 6 aspects of responsibility by stakeholders including Staff, community, environment, investors, suppliers, and customers

Keywords

Corporate social responsibility, stakeholders, Vietnam

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