This video discusses central concepts of Corporate Social Responsibility presented in the book “The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility”. To better understand the theory, Prof. Aldo Brunhara explores Microsoft’s case, demonstrating how a company can develop social actions and generate growing returns to its shareholders.
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