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Corporate social responsibility and Latin American multinationals: is poverty a business issue?

Author: Casanova, Lourdes ; Dumas, AnneINSEAD Area: Faculty at Large ; StrategyIn: Universia Business Review, no. 25, 2010 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 132-145.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask us for this itemAbstract: This paper looks at corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices of multinationals from Latin America. In spite of the economic growth in recent years, social problems in the region persist. Poverty is endemic and Latin America is still today one of the most unequal regions in the world. Multinationals from Latin America have thrived in the last years and are embracing CSR practices. The paper asks if these CSR practices are effective or whether they should become more proactive in poverty alleviation
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This paper looks at corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices of multinationals from Latin America. In spite of the economic growth in recent years, social problems in the region persist. Poverty is endemic and Latin America is still today one of the most unequal regions in the world. Multinationals from Latin America have thrived in the last years and are embracing CSR practices. The paper asks if these CSR practices are effective or whether they should become more proactive in poverty alleviation

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