Even, consumers now believe that, they have to change their habit of purchase and consumption based on the social responsibility of the companies.
More prospective is needed to be definite in the answer.
Uwe Holtschneider has recently published his doctoral dissertation on "Adoption of Corporate Social Responsibility by Japanese Companies" as Vol.
Many of them have clear understanding of the concept of CSR and the activities required of the firms to confirm CSR.
Firms are now bound to perform various social activities.
Stakeholders have quite an influence on the process, but the main factor of success is the commitment of top management and the integration of CSR in corporate culture.
Quantitative results are more mitigated and it cannot be clearly said that CSR favours or not financial performance.
Society is feeling more and more concerned about the environment and social issues caused, among other things, by relocation and environmental dumping.
Globalization has actually raised some ethical issues which peak levels were attained, socially speaking, when apparel companies were denunciated for using sweatshops in developing countries, and environmentally speaking, with Shell’s Brent Spar platform scandal.
The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Consumer Perception: A Case Study of Investigating on Turkish Consumer.
Masters Thesis University of East London Royal Docks Business School 2014 dissertation for MSc in International Business Management.