A robust critique of the now fashionable idea of corporate social responsibility
David Henderson examines the CSR doctrine, subjecting it to fundamental ciriticisms. In this controversial text he argues that, far from being harmless, its adoption threatens prosperity in poor countries as well as rich. It is likely to reduce competition and economic freedom and to undermine the market economy.
2001, Hobart Papers 142, ISBN 978 0 255 36510 9, 171pp, PB
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