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Title: Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing Economies
Authors: Verma, Sanjeev
Chauhan, Rohit
Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility
Economic Progress
Social Progress
Issue Date: 10-Apr-2007
Publisher: Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Abstract: When India is making a transformational progress, GDP is growing at the rate of 8-8.5 percent per annum, sensex is reaching new heights every day, world is looking at us as one of fastest emerging economies of world. Shall we assume that our society is also progressing at the same rate as the economy is growing or there is a gap between economic vs social progress of the country. If society is progressing at the same pace as the economy is growing then it is a very healthy sign but if there is a mismatch between the two then it would be very grave situation since it may widen the gap between the different strata of society. When most societies are wrestling with an acceleration and intensification of social change, there is a revolution of rising expectations. But how this change will happen. There are various measures to bring about such changes in the form of war, revolution or planned way. But in India we believe in democracy, rationality and progress. But question arises whether ...
Description: PART II – CO-OPERATIVE, RURAL & BOP MARKETING |Pages 139-146|
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2259/378
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