Word Count : 2500 words
Learning Outcomes :
- Showcase extensive comprehension of the range of businesses’ responsibilities and the CSR imperative to create positive impact (social value).
- Evidence originality in the integration and application of appropriate models and techniques in analysing the responsibility of firms for their impact on society.
- Critically analyse and evaluate dilemmas faced by business organizations in confronting their corporate responsibilities.
- Articulating effective evidence-based arguments in writing
This is a widely cited piece, often used by advocates of corporate social responsibility to persuade us of the weakness / irresponsibility of the shareholder model of capitalism. It is advised that you read the original version of the Friedman text (see reading list for article details/reference).
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Academic Integrity and Misconduct
Unless this is a group assessment, the work you produce must be your own, with work taken from any other source properly referenced and attributed. This means that it is an infringement of academic integrity and, therefore, academic misconduct to ask someone else to carry out all or some of the work for you, whether paid or unpaid, or to use the work of another student whether current or previously submitted.