From the research I've done the stakeholder's model of corporate social responsibility would probably lean more towards doing what would best benefit the business's domain and customers. A stakeholder might be critical of the economic model of CSR even though they themselves may hold shares of a corporation's economic pursuit because economics deals mostly with ratings and money, and has little to do with much else, so while businesses would be more accurate by the numbers, they would be less appealing by the quality. From what I understand, unless I read it wrong. Hope this helps.
Jul 17th, 2014
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