Business-State Partnership As A Basis Of Social Responsibility Implementation
AbstractThe studies help improving scientific notations as to content of the business-state interaction from the viewpoint of implementation of social responsibility principles. Among other things it is proved that system making role concerning formal state institutions belongs to the state, and business is the key link providing sound integration of community, essence and progress of social responsibility. It is shown that social responsibility as a result of the interaction has synergetic effect helping state and business community to meet both own requirements and corresponding requirements of community. Besides it gives them ability of active interaction on their account, and it motivates mutual responsibility of business and state to community as well as taking into consideration concerns of businessmen in economic and social domains.
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