CSR: Business’s shampoo?

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February 28, 2012
by Fred Smith  
Posted in Commentary

"Gillian Tett notes the vogue among CEOs for 'corporate social responsibility' (When Making Shampoo Becomes a Service to Society). CSR is a response to those demanding business assume responsibility for ending pollution, poverty, income disparities, discrimination, and the other ills of the world. As Tett notes, charging business with CSR is a back-handed complement. The critics have more confidence in business’s abilities than they do in governments. But, should business accept this assignment?" (02/28/12)


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