In Singapore, there is no doubt that there have been efforts by various local and foreign corporations to incorporate some CSR principles in their operations. Indeed, there was a national initiative modeled after the tripartite approach to industrial relations where national economic and industrial issues are collectively resolved by the government, employers and employees. Against the backdrop of this national initiative and the effort by some corporations to incorporate CSR principles, not much is really known about the state of affairs in Singapore.
Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Social Performance, Singapore
Asian Studies | Business Law, Public Responsibility, and Ethics | Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
International Conference on Advances in Management, Lisbon, 19-22 July 2006
City or Country
TAN, Gilbert Yip Wei and KOMARAN, Rajah Vellan.
Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility: An Empirical Study in Singapore; Strategic Management Policy. (2006). International Conference on Advances in Management, Lisbon, 19-22 July 2006. 1-14. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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