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Gonzalo Alfredo Vargas Forero

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Resumen

A pesar del auge de la responsabilidad social empresarial, aún falta responder si contribuye a maximizar los beneficios de las firmas y si genera los positivos impactos sociales y ambientales que dicen sus promotores. El autor discute estas cuestiones y argumenta que la responsabilidad social empresarial tiene potencial para promover el desarrollo y ampliar el rango de garantías ciudadanas que determinan las condiciones de vida de la población. Examina brevemente las condiciones institucionales para materializar ese potencial y el papel decisivo que pueden jugar las organizaciones sociales y los medios de comunicación. Sugiere una agenda de investigación para entender mejor la responsabilidad social empresarial en Colombia y su contribución real al fortalecimiento de la ciudadanía.

Keywords

citizenship, corporate social responsibility, human rights, developmentciudadanía, responsabilidad social empresarial, derechos humanos, desarrollocidadania, responsabilidade social empresarial, direitos humanos, desenvolvimento

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Vargas Forero, G. A. (2011). Responsabilidad social empresarial, ciudadanía y desarrollo. Cuadernos De Administración, 24(43). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cao24-43.rsed
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