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In line with these models management and governance structures emphasize the shareholder primacy and protect shareholder interests. These structures and governance mechanisms relate to the aspects of efficient board work including the company bylaws and regulation, specialized committees, structuring executive compensation which should be tied to company performance, providing for efficient cooperation between various, dispersed shareholders (Bebchuk & Fred, 2004; Fisch, 2004; MacAvoy & Millstein, 2003; Mallin, 2010; Murray, 2007).
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) and innovation. The drivers of business growth? Procedia—Social and Behavioral Science, 75, 532–541. Robins, F. (2006). The challenge of TBL: A responsibility to whom? Business and Society Review, 111(1), 1–14. , & T€ urel, A. (2010). Corporate social responsibility in the time of financial crisis: Evidence from Turkey. Annales Universitatis Apulensis Series Oeconomics, 1(12), 281–290. Smith. (2005). Arguments for and against corporate social responsibility.
According to Carroll (1983), “corporate social responsibility involves the conduct of a business so that it is economically profitable, law abiding, ethical and socially supportive. To be socially responsible then means that profitability and obedience to the law are foremost conditions when discussing the firm’s ethics and the extent to which it supports the society in which it exists with contributions of money, time and talent”. The logic behind corporate social responsibility lies in the assumption that corporations have some obligations towards societies as they operate in the economic, social and environmental systems, and they should bear responsibility for the current problems.