AN EMPIRICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE CULTURE - CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY RELATIONSHIP

Management Intercultural. 2013;XV(29):382-391

 

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Journal Title: Management Intercultural

ISSN: 1454-9980 (Print); 2285-9292 (Online)

Publisher: Romanian Foundation for Business Intelligence

Society/Institution: Romanian Foundation for Business Intelligence

LCC Subject Category: Social Sciences: Commerce: Business

Country of publisher: Romania

Language of fulltext: Romanian; Moldavian; Moldovan, French

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AUTHORS

Dumitru ZAIȚ (Universitatea „Al. I. Cuza” Iaşi)
Angelica-Nicoleta ONEA (Universitatea „Al. I. Cuza” Iaşi)
Ruxandra CIULU (Universitatea „Al. I. Cuza” Iaşi)
Maria TĂTĂRUȘANU (Universitatea „Al. I. Cuza” Iaşi)

EDITORIAL INFORMATION

Double blind peer review

Editorial Board

Instructions for authors

Time From Submission to Publication: 10 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

Business competition and pressure of European directives put Romanian company in a position to find answers to issues related to long-term survival and development. In this context we believe it is necessary to analyze some of the most important components that should be taken into consideration at the strategic level: national and organizational culture. The results indicate that corporate social responsibility is supported by learning and change-oriented organizational culture, but also by a favorable cultural and national economic framework. Based on these theoretical considerations we intent to emphasize the relationships between national culture / corporate culture and corporate social responsibility (CSR), elaborating an empirical argument by analyzing the results provided by Global 100, an annual project initiated by Corporate Knights Inc. (Davos). Starting with 2005, it has the largest database in the world and an appropriate evaluation methodology that provides a ranking of the top 100 most responsible companies in the world.