Test I. True or False ____________1. The issue of quality and actions should still be continuously to be addressed. ____________2.

Agenda is what project for society CSR conforms to. ____________3. CSR must be a long-term commitment. ____________4. If we had to sum up the matter of how to manage CSR, we ought to single out three points: What topics, what processes and how it is integrated into management. ____________5. Accountability is the aspect related to information transparency. ____________6. Agenda is the variety of practices, measures and proposals that come under the term CSR. ____________7. CSR must be a short term commitment. ____________8. CSR can become one of the courses of business innovation and cohesion. ____________9. Environment: aspects related to information, transparency, and how the company accounts for itself. ____________10. CSR is a process in which the most important thing is the trajectory and the direction that sustain it. ____________11. The European Commission in (2001) defines CSR as " a concept whereby companies integrate social environmental concerns in their interaction with stakeholders on a voluntary basis." ____________12. The criterion of allocating tasks and responsibilities is not established on the basis of the public or private nature of the organizations taking part, but rather on the basis of their ability to meet to a particular social need most appropriately and effectively. ____________13. The methodology of the relational model was initially developed by Mendoza. ____________14. The Agora Model refers to the Mediterranean countries: Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain. ____________15. The Relational Model refers to the Mediterranean countries: Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain. ____________16. The vision of CSR is linked to sustainable economic growth. ____________17. In Asia, the concept of CSR is linked to sustainability and governance. ____________18. Each country defines CSR according to its economic context and its historical tradition. ____________19. Legislation on CSR can only cover a very narrow range of the spectrum of possible policies. ____________20. The CSR Analysis model was developed by Vilanova. ____________21. The first approach deals with the themes and instruments used by governments in their initiatives to promote CSR ____________22.The CSR model was developed by Vilanova (2003) ____________23. The methodology of the relational model was initially developed by Mendoza (1991-1996) ____________24. The relational state locates the relations between the public and private sphere- between the state and society- in the field of co-responsibility. ____________25. The governments have not employed soft intervention policies to apply CSR measures. ____________26. The CSR debate highlights the fact that, in a globalized world, it is not just products and services that compete but also business models, management models, and governance models. ____________27. We consider that the most innovative countries regarding CSR are those that lend it to revision of globalization process. ____________28. CSR policies have been defined in some countries on the basis of social issues, thus allowing CSR to be incorporated into the national sustainability policy. ____________29. The CSR model was developed by Villanueva. ____________30. Agora model refers to the Mediterranean countries: Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain. ____________31. There are 3 main approaches in the analysis of government action on CSR. ____________32.The construction of the analytical framework is comprised of 3 distinct stages. ____________33. The CSR analysis model was developed by Vilanova. ____________34.The CSR analysis model includes 5 aspects. ____________35.The partenership model groups together the countries of northern Europe and takes into account their approach to CSR public policies. ____________36. Partnership model refers to groups together the countries of northern Europe and takes into account their approach to CSR public policies. ____________37. The business in the community model refers to the Anglo-Saxon countries. ____________38. The sustainability and citizenship model prevail in continental Europe.

a. Environment d. CSR Vision 6. ___________49. especially through all the stakeholders who are affected by its activities. Endorsing b. One is the Tacit. the relationship between the business enterprise and its customers carries a number of seldom explicitly stated but nonetheless existent expectations. Multiple Choice 1. ____________44. Partnership b. ____________40. When CSR is conceived as a process. ____________45. Controlling 5. Mission and Objectives c. CSR is a new vision of the corporate world to society ____________43. Mandating d.____________39. CSR Issues b. The aspects related to the interaction between company and society. By applying relational model of CSR policies. Stakeholders b. What are the three aspects that we should make distinction in discussing about GCSR? a. CSR is about how companies and countries differentiate themselves in an interdependent world. Work 4. This model refers to the Anglo-Saxon countries: Ireland and the UK. Sustainability and Citizenship . Mission and Goal b. Government and Corollary Self-Responsibility 2.Business must not have to ensure that terms of contracts with suppliers be clearly stated and honored in full. ___________47. CSR Policies c. several dimensions have to be considered. it is possible to reorder the material generated by identifying themes and instruments. Understanding. the company and society. a. Vision. ____________41. Government and Continuous Self-Responsibility d.which is the element that formalize and objective CSR. Agenda. ___________46. According to Fox. Vision and Mission c. Agora d. Government and Corporation Social Responsibility c. GCSR Means: a. work from the idea of the public sector adopting four roles. Government and Corporate Social Responsibility b. thus allowing CSR to be incorporated into the national sustainability of policy. ____________42. The agora model refers to the Anglo-Saxon countries. CSR is a process in which the most important thing is the trajectory and the direction that sustain it and the ongoing commitment that gives it structure. Agenda and Vision d. It is defined in some countries on basis of social issues. a. Business in the Community c. Partnering c. The agora model refers to the Mediterranean countries. except: a. CSR Environment d. Stakeholders aspects related to the interaction bet. CSR must be a long-term commitment. ___________50. CSR constitutes a vision of how relationships are carried on with the various players involved in business activity. Objectives. Test II. Vision and Agenda 3. ___________48.

Mission c. Importance is also attached to _____________ action in developing countries. The variety of practices. a. Vilanova b. Italy. Partnership b. Which is not one of the three main approaches in the analysis of government action on CSR? a) themes and instruments b. political and social scene. meneared and proposals that come under the te CSR. Mission c. Partnership Model 16. Elite 12. A. The European commission tackles CSR with two aspects: A.) facility .) relational and strategic aspects. What project for society CSR conforms to. Understanding b. a. Portugal and Spain. A. Corporation Model B. Mendoza d. Agenda d. Social Climbers c.) works b) affiliate c. Public Agent B.) resources d. CSR model developed by Vilanova includes: a. What and Why B. Business in the Community c. Agenda 11. Public Sector 13. Vision b. Roome c. Fox 9.) players and contexts. d.7. Social players involved in CSR: a. Government b. Sole Proprietor Model C. Agora d. The methodology of the relational model was initially developed by ____________. Government and Corporate Social Responsibility C. This model groups together the countries of northern Europe and takes into account their approach to CSR public Policies. Judicial C. Sustainability and Citizenship 8. a. Government Accounting B. What and How 15. Understanding 10. a. This model refers to the Mediterranean countries: Greece. A. 17. Vision d. c.) human resources and application. business. Government Owned and Controlled Corporations 14. Why and How C. This made an impressive entry on the economic.

PPP means? a.) public-personnel partners c. in the approach taken to CSR in every country. This concept wants to focus on the new role of the state in advanced societies in confronting the crisis of the welfare state in the face of globalization and the internalization of the economy. Greece b.The CSR analysis model includes the following aspects.18.Which of the following are included in the roles in the public sector in relation to CSR? a.) Eugenio b.Vision-mission-values b.) personnel-private partnership 21.Observation c. Political and Institutional Structure b. All of the above.) relational model b.) Banadera d.Social Structure c.None of the above 25. except a.The sustainability and citizenship model d. Spain d.The time has come to expound openly that CSR constitutes one of the great opportunities of all of the following.Agora model 26. a.) relational welfare.) relational state c.All of the above 24. 20. except a.Partnering d.public partnership d.All of the above 22.Differentiation d.Stakeholders c. such as: a.) private. Roome (2005) stated that. .Business in the community model c.The Agora model refers to the Medeterranean countries : a.) Mendoza c. This model groups together the countries of Northern Europe and takes into account their approach to CSR public policies. a.Facilitating c. Italy c. several elements were included.Partnership model b.Mandating b.) public-private partnership b. Methodology of the relational model was initially developed by: a.) relational idea d.Historical Traditions d.Works d.) Smith 19.Legitimation 23.Innovation b.

27.Its characteristic is a soft intervention policies to encourage company involvement in governance challenges affecting the community. Business in the community d. none of the above.The Sustainability and Citizenship model was divided into ___ models. Sustainability and Citizenship c. Tacit . Agora model c. The characteristic of this model is as a shared strategy among sectors for meeting socioemployment challenges? a. Lozano. Agenda b. 28. Commercial model 31. Partnership model b. b. Those intangible elements that make uo the concrete manifestations of CSR in each company. Developing the analysis model for government profiles of CSR. Understanding 32. Agora b. Business in the community d. which of the following is not an aspects? a. According to Albareda. Sustainability c. 2 c. Analysis of cultural contexts. Business in the community b. Partnership d. none of the above. a. Mission c. 30. a. 3 b. c. d. a.It is a regulatory creation of discussion groups for the different social actors to achieve public consensus on CSR.Agora model c. Sustainability and citizenship c. The stage 1 in the construction of the analytical framework is: a. Mauricio. a. Agora b. a. Business in the Community model d. Explicit b. Applying the CSR matrix to government action. 4 d. Rocher and Yu there are three distinction aspects. 6 29. Business in the community d. Business in community model D. Agora 33. Sustainability and citizenship c. Partnership 36. Agora b. Partnership model b. Vision d.This is the model that refers to the Anglo-Saxon countries. partnership 35. It is an updated version of the existing social agreement and emphasis on a strategy of sustainable development. The following are models of Government Action except: a. (17) a. Partnership 34.

46.. (18) a.. Stakeholder d. Agora model j. This model refers to the Anglo-Saxon countries:Ireland and the UK. services. stage 3 From number 41-50 choose your answer in the following choices: a. Environment h. It deals with the impact the company's activities have on the environment. 47. . Vision b. 2nd approach c. 44. Deals with the relational and strategic aspects. (50) a. facilitating innovation or improving management. The Tacit f. stage 2 c. explicit b. tacit c. 42. Negative aspects d. negative aspects d. Vision and mission g. Market e. Partnership model 41. and market strategies. propositional aspects 38. Those intangible elements that make up the concrete manifestations of CSR in each company. 49. Propositional aspects 37. (51) a.. have a component of enquiry. Stage of the construction of the analytical framework that apply the relational governance approach to the analysis of CSR public policies. 48. Those approaches involve n CSR. (51) a. 45. Most of these governments are currently engaged in developing and designing public strategies and policies for CSR. This model groups together the countries of northern Europe and takes into account their approach to CSR public policies. Business in the community model i. 1st approach b. stage 1 b. fist approach b. the explication and formulation of those values and how the are integrated into the strategy and governance of the organization. 43. 3rd approach 40. Its articulation with corporate values. ________ brings us to ask ourselves whether our country is capable in its economic and social aspects. 50. It is the aspect related to the interaction between the company and society. CSR c. 3rd approach 39. 2nd approach c. ______ aspects of CSR related to the activities of the company with regard to products. It is what project for society CST conforms to.c. Deals with the themes and instruments used by governments in their initiatives to promote CSR.

True (page 54) 14. True (page 40) 12. True (page 13) 48. True (page 13) 5. C (page 3) 3. True (page 43) 29. True (page 16) 47. True (page 68) 15. A (page 14) 4. True (page 8) 44. True (page 76) 50. True (page 3) 2. True (page 50) 32. D (page 35) 5. True (page 55) 13. Multiple Choice 1. False (page 70) Test II. False (page 4) 8. False (page 3) 3. False (page 67) 26. True (page 4) 42. True (page 57) 49. False (page 52) 35. True (page 6) 43. True (page 67) 39. False (page 52) 30. False (page 17) 45. True (page 65) 36. A (page 3) 2. False (page 68) 16. False (page 30) 18. True (page 7) 28. True (page 30) 17. True (page 68) 31.Key Answers: Test I. False (page 14) 10. True or False 1. True (page 14) 6. False (page 68) 41. B (page 67) 7. True (page 50) 22. True (page 54) 25. B (page 43) 6. True (page 52) 34. True (page 65) 37. True (page 68) 40. True (page 52) 23. True (page 17) 46. False (page 6) 27. True (page 12) 9. True (page 52) 21. True (page 60) 20. True (page 54) 24. C (page 68) . True (page 3) 7. True (page 51) 33. True (page 44) 19. True (page 4) 4. True (page 16) 11. True (page 67) 38.

B (page 54) 19. D (page 66) 31. C (page 66) 33. D (page 3) 11. D (page 6) 22. A (page 3) 10. C (page 36) 13. A (page 65) 26. B (page 17) 37. B (page 8) 42. G (page 14) 49.8. B (page 67) 29. A (page 37) 12. J (page 65) 47. A (page 52) 18. E (page 17) 46. C (page 51) 40. C (page 65) 16. A (page 3) 45. D (page 52) 25. B (page 3) 14. D (page 18) 38. F (page 13) 48. B (page 51) 41. C (page 66) 34. I (page 68) . B (page 9) 23. A (page 50) 39. A (page 66) 36. C (page 13) 43. B (page 66) 35. D (page 14) 44. C (page 5) 15. B (page 54) 20. C (page 67) 28. D (page 68) 27. D (page 35) 24. A (page 51) 30. B (page 3) 32. A (page 56) 21. C (page 50) 17. C (page 54) 9. H (page 67) 50.