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By Weiping Yu, Hao Hu (auth.), Kim Cheng Patrick Low, Samuel O. Idowu, Sik Liong Ang (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3319015311

ISBN-13: 9783319015316

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ISBN-13: 9783319015323

This e-book offers a wealthy number of learn reviews at the idea and perform of CSR in Asia. It contains worthy contributions of practice-oriented researchers from a number of Asian international locations akin to Brunei, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore, and from numerous non-Asian international locations, similar to Australia, Canada and the us. The publication provides a entire assessment of the perform of CSR in Asia. ordinarily CSR is noticeable within the Western angles, yet right here, during this booklet, Asian philosophies and techniques also are tested. Touted because the first of its type, the booklet additionally compares Western and Asian views on CSR and provides them within the gentle of Asian philosophies and ideas, corresponding to Confucian, Islamic (Koranic), Indian (Vedantic) and different Asian methods of CSR of their personal rights and perspectives.​

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G. Hofstede 1993; Kiggundu et al. 1983; Boyacigiller and Adler 1991; Gopinath 1998; Rousseau and Fried 2001). e. relevant management theories and practices based on local conditions and socio-cultural factors. They (Panda and Gupta 2007) argued that the reviews of literature reveals that most of the findings of existing studies (most of which have been conducted in organizations located in the USA) did not replicate in other nations (Bhagat and McQuaid 1982). They suggests that management (also CSR) knowledge is not universal and it is culture specific and therefore it is essential for developing countries in Asia to explore their indigenous management (includes CSR) thoughts based on ancient wisdom.

Bhavisya Purana means “The History of the Future”. 7 The Bhagavad-Gita is a philosophical dialogue between Sri Krishna and Arjuna before the commencement of the war between the Pandavas and Kauravas in Kurukshetra, India more than 5000 years ago. It is a part of Bhisma Parva of the Mahabharata. 2 The Roots of Indian Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practice. . 23 presenting CSR from a philosophical and spiritual perspective such as Vedanta may look rather strange. These will eventually dispel the wrong notions and belief that prevails regarding the relationship between ancient Indian philosophy and management (CSR) and will provide a framework for the development of future philosophy related research studies in the area of CSR.

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