Social Responsibility in Global Supply Chain: Research Trend from 1999 to 2014

Md Tareq Bin Hossain, Roslan B Abdul Hakim, Che Azlan Bin Taib, Md Julker Naim

Abstract


The term of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) refers to the concept where the companies integrate social and environmental concerns into their business operations. Based on the review of prior literature, it is easy to say that the concept of CSR has received overwhelming attention by the professional and academia of all over the global. CSR has emerged with unprecedented prominence in academic and business spheres more than ever before. Now, it is essential for organizations to define their roles to mitigate the risk for the society. Research finding says that the corporations need to explain their contribution towards social, environmental, and ethical responsible standards for their businesses. Unfortunately, a large number of companies are not showing their responsibilities specially in their supply chain. Current study intends to examine the CSR research trend through investigative the existing literature. 


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