Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility
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Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility


MR. OHONBA OSAMWONYI ERNEST , Dr. OLOWOYO BANJI JACOB, EVBOTA, Cephas Imuentinyan
INTRODUCTION
Organizations fundamentally exist to make profit. The profit intention has regularly been seen as representing lack of cause to worry for every other goals of an organization. However, today organizations are understanding that with a specific end goal to remain productive in a quickly evolving condition, they would need to wind up socially capable. Thusly, the conviction that beyond making benefit for the investors, corporate enterprise ought to likewise serve the interests of every single other partner (stakeholders) has finished into the idea of corporate social responsibility (Ananaba and Chukwuka, 2016).

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Accounting, Banking and Finance
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Christian Bassey
17th April, 2018
17th April, 2018
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