The author analyzes corporate social responsibility in light of the particularly central historical and economic position of the business organization in American life. He examines the concept of business responsibility in terms of both corporate ends and the process of corporate governance and concludes that this concept will continually shift with changing societal expectations.
Edwin M. Epstein,
Societal, Managerial, and Legal Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility--Product and Process,
30 Hastings L.J. 1287
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