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Integration of CSR by the SME Managers. The network as a media of the managerial apprenticeship

ESCEM This article examines the way in which SME managers may adopt the CSR concept and decide to put it to practice using the support of the corporate network.

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How to explain the performance of a Socially Responsible Investment (SRI)?

ESCEM Many studies conclude that there’s no financial penalty to invest in Socially Responsible Investment Funds which can explain its important expansion. These results are contrary with the modern portfolio Theory. Aim of this paper is to explain these performances. According to us, liquidity constraint contributes to a less rigorous selection of values and a better performance.

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Can CSR be a driver for competitiveness in industrial sectors?

SectorIn November 2008 the European Commission announced co-financing or initiatives to support CSR in three industrial sectors: chemicals, textile and construction. All the initiatives are multistakeholder, involving actors such as industry associations, trade unions, NGOs and public authorities.

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Download this file (summaryimpronta.pdf)Improta project summary[Building Responsible project in the construction sector]80 kB
Download this file (summaryprisme.pdf)PRISME project summary[Promoting Responsibility In Small/Medium sized Enterprises]79 kB
Download this file (summary_scuola.pdf)COSMIC project summary[CSR Oriented Supply-chain Management to Improve Competitiveness ]81 kB

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Social Responsibility of Enterprises: analysis of Carroll's model (1991) and application to the Tunisian case

ESCEM In the context of globalization and the development of the international alliances, Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) acquired a growing importance in the corporate positioning and strategies. One of the most used CSR models is Carroll’s four part model of corporate responsibility (1979, 1991).

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New responsible entrepreneurship handbooks in ten European languages

UEAPMEIt’s an obvious point, but it’s still important: small business managers need information about CSR in their own language and tailored to their own national context. To help fill this gap in a number of European countries, the European Union of Crafts and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (UEAPME) has recently published handbooks in 10 languages, including Lithuanian, Bulgarian and Romanian. Each one contains examples adapted to the country concerned.

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Download this file (CSR-Guide_Romania.pdf)CSR for SMEs guide in Romanian[CSR for SMEs guide in Romanian by csr-for-smes project]6166 kB
Download this file (Guia_RSE_Portugal_02.pdf)CSR for SMEs guide in Portuguese[CSR for SMEs guide in Portuguese by csr-for-smes project]653 kB
Download this file (GUIDERSE.pdf)CSR for SMEs guide in French[CSR for SMEs guide in French by csr-for-smes project]321 kB
Download this file (Guide_CSR_Englisch.pdf)CSR for SMEs guide in English[CSR for SMEs guide in English by csr-for-smes project]319 kB
Download this file (pomagalo-2.pdf)CSR for SMEs guide in Bulgarian[CSR for SMEs guide in Bulgarian by csr-for-smes project]1926 kB

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