Health, Economics, Education and Stakeholders: some Ethical Insights for Public and Private Management and Social Accounting
Keywords:Stakeholders, Business ethics, Health, Corporate social responsibility, Pandemic, Accountability
Ethics, and especially related Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), was variously interpreted over time. It was sometimes considered in a limited, residual or unilateral way (philanthropy, environmental awareness, human rights, minorities, employees), not taking account of its essential link with the core business of a firm. The paper analyses those implications coming from stakeholder management, CSR and accountability considering a base of ethics in this Pandemic period.
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