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Superimposition or Continuity? Corporate Social Responsibility in Non–Profit Organizations

Corporate Social Responsibility and Non-Profit Organizations: A Confused

Overlap

The debate on the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) first arose from reflection in the managerial disciplines on the relationships between multinational companies and society (Bowen 1953; Friedman 1962; Backman 1975; Sethi 1975; Carroll 1979). For-profit enterprises, especially those of large size, have for many years been the principal subject of studies on the topic.