Profit Maximization Versus Stakeholders’ View of Corporate Social Responsibility: An Experiential Exercise on Ethics and Social Responsibility for Business School Courses

Sukumar C. Debnath, Sudhir R. Tandon, B. Brian Lee


While issues related to ethics and social responsibility have gained tremendous significance in corporate and academic worlds during the recent times, these concepts are difficult to grasp and even more difficult to teach in a classroom setting. This experiential exercise serves as a vehicle for students to enhance their understanding and insights on these concepts as they critically examine, in a highly involved setting, the two opposing views of corporate social responsibilities--profit maximization only versus stakeholders’ view of social responsibility. 

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


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