Social Responsibility - Mapping the Cooperation between the Government and Business: Where the Idealist Meets the Pragmatist

By Leon Zurawicki and Mohsin Habib.

Published by The Sustainability Collection

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The paper explores the framework of the governments and corporate social responsibility. The main focus is on the poverty as the greatest obstacle to development.

Keywords: Social Responsibility, Poverty, Government, Foreign Direct Investment

International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp.85-94. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 834.963KB).

Dr. Leon Zurawicki

Dr Leon Zurawicki has since 1982 been a Professor of International Marketing at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. He is also a Coordinator of International Programs at its College of Management. His current research concentrates on Foreign Direct Investment as a function of host-countries' attractiveness and image, while his other area of interests encompasses export management and foreign sourcing. Another stream of his academic efforts focuses on corruption and corporate social responsibility. Professor Zurawicki has also been a consultant to the Ministry of Finance of Nicaragua, Ministry of Privatization in Poland and several private companies like American Express Bank, ARCOR (Argentina), Ferroatlantica (Spain). He is an author of four books and numerous articles. Dr Zurawicki holds academic degrees in international business and economics from University of Warsaw, Netherlands School of Economics and College of Europe (Bruges).

Prof Mohsin Habib

Ph.D. in Management with an emphasis on International Strategy from the University of North Carolina. Research interests include foreign direct investment, ethics, and comparative practices in the context of multinationals.


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