SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL NATURE AND CONTENT OF CORPORATE REPUTATION AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
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Senina E. V. aspirant
The Russian President Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
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Abstract:
Corporate Social Responsibility in modern conditions has become an important tool in shaping the company's business reputation, especially banks, managing reputational risk and achieve competitive advantage. The author of the article examines corporate social responsibility as a tool for maintaining social and economic stability in the society
How to Cite:
Senina E.V., (2015), SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL NATURE AND CONTENT OF CORPORATE REPUTATION AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. Business in Law, 2: 194-195.
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Keywords:
initiatives, company, correlation, development, implementation, reputation, social responsibility, stability.