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A study on CSR eco-system in India
preprintposted on 10.02.2021, 00:32 by Kuldeep SinghKuldeep Singh, Madhvendra Misra
This paper provides a critical look at the definition of CSR based on the subject matter literature available. Because CSR is an emerging term in both definition and reality, this study aims to illustrate CSR in relation to the different stakeholders and entities termed as CSR ecosystem in this study. Furthermore, this study also offers an outline of factors, interactions and contexts under review, such as CSR, Section 135 of the Indian Companies Act 2013, the effect of the Act on corporate bodies' CSR operations, the impact of CSR on societal and environmental concerns, contrasting CSR schools of thinking, and gaps in the views of management, government, shareholders and stakeholders.
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Lead author job roleHigher Education Researcher
Lead author institutionIndian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad
Ethics statementWe, hereby affirm that the contents of this manuscript are original. Furthermore, it has neither been published elsewhere in any language fully or partly, nor is it under review for publication elsewhere. We affirm that all the authors have seen and agreed to the submitted version of the manuscript and their inclusion of name as co-authors. Also, if our manuscript is accepted, we agree to comply with the formalities as given on the website of the journal. KULDEEP SINGH Date – 01/02/2021 Dr. Madhvendra Misra
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