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Corporate Social Responsibility and the Non-Commercial Sector. What Does Corporate Social Responsibility mean for the Non-Commercial Sector? And is it different from the CSR for businesses?
New Academy Review (2005)
  • Maria May Seitanidi
Abstract
The paper offers a definition of the noncommercial sector (NCS) and outlines its properties in order to provide a comparison between the social responsibilities of businesses and the non-commercial sector. It suggests that assigning different levels of responsibility to the different categories of organisations within the NCS will assist in defining those responsibilities.
Keywords
  • Social Responsibilities,
  • Nonprofit organisations
Disciplines
Publication Date
2005
Citation Information
Maria May Seitanidi. "Corporate Social Responsibility and the Non-Commercial Sector. What Does Corporate Social Responsibility mean for the Non-Commercial Sector? And is it different from the CSR for businesses?" New Academy Review Vol. 3 Iss. 4 (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/may_seitanidi/8/