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Designing and implementing corporate social responsibility : An integrative framework grounded in theory and practice

Bibliographic reference Maon, François ; Lindgreen, Adam ; Swaen, Valérie. Designing and implementing corporate social responsibility : An integrative framework grounded in theory and practice. In: Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 87, Suppl. 1, p. 71-89 (2009)
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