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True or False 1. In Government and Corporate Social Responsibility (GCSR), the issue of quality and actions should still be continuously addressed. T p.3 2. CSR must be a short term commitment and at the same time a road map of the company for action and not something that is immobile. F p.4 long term commitment 3. The Asian Business Commission defines CSR as a concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and in their interaction with stockholders on a voluntary basis. F p.5 European Commission 4. CSR is a new obligation of the corporate world to society. F p.6 vision 5. CSR tends to be linked increasingly to an overall vision of the company, with more attention to all the processes in which it is involved and greater sensitivity towards the political and social context in which it operates. T p.6 6. CSR no longer refers simply to the relations between business and society, but crystallizes as a way of rethinking the role of business in society. T p.7 7. CSR brings us to set forth a way of understanding the role of business in society and at the same time contributes to shape a nation as a space in which the relationship between the economy and society is not far from reality. T p.10 8. CSR should be managed and manageable. T p.13 9. Vision and mission is an aspect related to the development of the concept of CSR and its articulation with corporate values. T p.13 10. Work is a CSR aspect related to the interaction between the company and society. F p.13 Stakeholders 11. Work is an aspect of CSR related to the sphere of work and the quality of its organization and development. T p.14 12. Vision and mission is an aspect of CSR that deals with the impact of company’s activities and perhaps the area recognized with the most consensus. T p.14 Environment 13. Market is a CSR aspect related to the activities of the company with regard to products, services, and market strategies. T p.14 14. Accountability is an aspect of CSR related to information, transparency and how the company accounts for itself towards society. T p.14

Nothing can replace business initiative when it comes to contributing through its action to build the CSR agenda. The concept of CSR is linked to sustainability and governance – TRUE 34 . Every country has focused CSR on the most appropriate social or environment issues according to its historical trajectory. Commitment to CSR has to be linked to a commitment to the excellence.19 18.22 essential 22. training. The term co-responsibility involves the existences of common objectives.22 21. it is necessary to develop strategies. turn them into concrete policies and on this basis generate new practices. depending on the relationship that exists between business. it should be carried through the selection. T p.23 rank 20. – FALSE -50 first 25. including other countries of the world. like the Philippines. If CSR is important. including political and social leadership. T p. and reward criteria. differentiation. government and civil society stakeholders – TRUE -43 24. and internalization of companies. T p. The development of CSR in Europe. CSR is unnecessary to encourage the skills and attitudes that are linked in each company to the development of its CSR. motivation. is also a question of leadership-primarily business leadership. The governance of our complex societies will not be possible unless use turn the responsibility of the various players into an awareness of co-responsibility. but not the effective articulation of the responsibilities taken on by each party – FALSE 54 and 26. innovation. – TRUE 14 27. 17 16. T p. continuous improvement.19 19.17 necessary 17. and what differentiates them. T p. shape its understanding and frame it in a vision. To complete the model we have to take into account that.15. CSR is an optional component in the development of what Donaldson calls ‘the ethical wealth of nations’. competitiveness. To talk of CSR is to talk about how countries and companies behave in a globalized and interdependent world.23 23. The tacit are those tangible elements that make up the concrete manifestations of CSR in each company – FALSE 17 intangible 28. communication. from a CSR perspective. T p. The second approach deals with the themes and instruments used by governments in their initiatives to promote CSR. quality. T p. T p.

34 35. In July 2001. If we had to sum up the matter of how to manage CSR. and how it is integrated into management.36 37. T p.38 38. competitiveness. T p.19 33. When we talk of CSR. T p. The CSR model. what processes. T p. T p.40 social 41. Governments all over the world have developed an even wider range of public policies for the fostering of socially responsible business practices.FALSE 34 Roome 30. T p.39 39. T p.39 40. and less state intervention. Governments face a daunting social challenge: they are responding to the new role of enterprise in the current process of economic development and the resulting social and environmental challenges that arise. Efficiency. 42 . 14 new practices 32. social and business structure influence the shades of meaning the CSR adopts in each country.37 decentralized 34.41 42. T p. it is necessary to develop strategies. T p. Analysis of Moon (2004) considers that UK government adopted its CSR policy as a response to a social governance crisis and the lack of legitimacy of the state that appeared in the last decades of the twentieth century. the European Commission (EC) presented its Green Paper ‘Promoting a European Framework for a Corporate Social Responsibility’. According to Habisch et al. paying taxes and abiding by the law is what a company has to do and beyond that point is where CSR starts. Lenssen and Vorobey presents the implications of the CSR agenda of European governments by showing how cultural factors and the political. CSR is defined as ‘a concept whereby companies integrate cultural environmental concerns in their interaction with stakeholders on a voluntary basis. T p.29. we ought to single out three points: what topics.13 31. the concept of CSR is linked to sustainability and governance. T p. is based on centralized sector. From a CSR perspective. T p. Importance is attached to public sector action in developing countries. turn them into concrete policies and on this basis generate new relations. in contrast to the welfare state model. T p. we take as reference elements the two words that appear in the titles of the European Commission documents: promoting and contribution public.39 43. Bendell and Kearins (2004) address the political dimension of CSR and its application to business administration and management in relation to the demands of civil society.36 36. CSR activity generates frameworks of responsibility in terms of independence. T p. in Europe.

The first stage in the construction of analytical framework is applying the CSR matrix to government action. CSR refers to the principles. the environment. T p.52 . The methodology of the relational model was initially developed by Mendoza (1991-1996). they become fundamental players for the social and environmental future of our society and our universe.40 48. stakeholders. T p. CSR analysis model includes six aspects: vision-mission-values. values and criteria that guide businesses in all their dealings. IN order to design a CSR public policy we have to address the issue of the social players involved. T p. T p.54 47. and accountability. the market. it is possible to reorder the material generated by identifying themes and instruments. By applying the relational model of CSR policies. T p. T p. As companies come to face an increasingly globalized economic and social environment. works.40 45.56 49.44. T p.57 50.51 46.