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Corporate Accountability versus Corporate Social Responsibility
D Zhang, Teacher, Member
How to differentiate the concepts of corporate accountability and ? From my understanding: - Corporate Accountability (CA) is more like a legal obligation that companies have to follow, it is required, non-voluntary - Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) refers to any attempt to get corporations to behave responsibly on a voluntary basis, out of either ethical or bottom-line considerations. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Corporate Accountability versus Corporate Responsibility
bimal bk, Student (MBA), Nepal, Member
Yes, in my view CA is externally forced upon firms by such stakeholders like: human rights organizations, unions, development and environment organizations to make organizations fulfil their legal and social duties.
CSR on the other hand is a voluntary exercise to enrich local as well as international society with some sorts of contributions.
 

 
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