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Разработка рамки корпоративной социальной ответственности для развивающихся стран на примере Казахстана

https://doi.org/10.52821/2224-5561-2021-3-20-39

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Аннотация

Цель исследования. Целью этого систематического обзора является разработка общей рамки, которая применима для анализа корпоративной социальной ответственности (КСО) в развивающихся странах. Эта структура в дальнейшем применяется к переходной экономике на примере Казахстана.

Методология. Это исследование представляет собой систематический обзор существующей литературы по КСО в развивающихся странах, подчеркивая сходства, проблемы и возможности, которые формируют лицо КСО в этих странах.

Результаты исследования. Мы определили, что в большинстве существующих исследований упоминались препятствия на пути проведения исследования КСО и задокументированы такие факторы, как коррупция, слабая активность заинтересованных сторон и отсутствие государственного контроля в качестве основных препятствий. С другой стороны, существующие исследования показали, что религиозные традиции, историческое наследие, глобализация, давление заинтересованных сторон и растущее понимание преимуществ КСО для общества являются основными движущими силами исследований КСО.

Оригинальность / ценность исследования. Большинство существующих исследований направлено на развитые страны, и ограниченное количество исследований проводится в контексте развивающихся стран, которые характеризуются слабой институциональной средой и имеют другие социально-экономические факторы. Исследование добавляет ценность существующей литературе по КСО, развивая структуру, которая обобщает сходства, проблемы и возможности практик КСО в контексте развивающихся стран. В этом исследовании также разъясняется применимость концепции для стран с переходной экономикой, таких как Казахстан.

Об авторах

А. Оразаева
Университет КИМЭП
Казахстан

Алматы



М. Арслан
Университет КИМЭП
Казахстан

Алматы



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Оразаева А., Арслан М. Разработка рамки корпоративной социальной ответственности для развивающихся стран на примере Казахстана. Central Asian Economic Review. 2021;(3):20-39. https://doi.org/10.52821/2224-5561-2021-3-20-39

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Orazayeva A., Arslan M. Development of corporate social responsibility framework for developing countries: the case of Kazakhstan. Central Asian Economic Review. 2021;(3):20-39. https://doi.org/10.52821/2224-5561-2021-3-20-39

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