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2019 | 382 | 64-79
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Polityka państwa w zakresie społecznej odpowiedzialności biznesu: przesłanki, narzędzia, ewolucja w XXI wieku

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Public policy for corporate social responsibility support: motives, tools, evolution in the XXI century
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W najnowszej literaturze następuje ewolucja w podejściu do społecznej odpowiedzialności biznesu (CSR). W drugiej dekadzie XXI uznaje się już, że odpowiedzialność ta nie jest wyłącznie wyrazem autoregulacji, lecz że jest potrzebna polityka państwa w tym zakresie. W artykule wskazano, że przesłanki polityki publicznej w ramach CSR wiążą się z promowaniem prywatnego dostarczenia dóbr publicznych, dążeniem do internalizacji negatywnych efektów zewnętrznych, promowania wartości, redukcji wykorzystywania CSR jako metody arbitrażu regulacyjnego oraz z dążeniem do kodefiniowania kierunków społecznej odpowiedzialności. Na podstawie analizy danych zastanych wykazano, że po 2010 roku nastąpił gwałtowny rozwój polityki wspierania CSR w Polsce. Obecnie narzędzia wykorzystywane w tej polityce to narzędzia uprawniania, ułatwiania, partnerowania i popierania. Ułatwiają one budowanie wartości przedsiębiorstw na podstawie CSR oraz uznanie CSR za istotny czynnik legitymizacji.
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In the newest literature corporate social responsibility (CSR) is seen more than self-regulation of businesses. It is acknowledged, that state policy to support CSR is necessary. Motives for public policy to support CSR are: promoting private provisioning of public goods, promoting voluntary internalisation of negative externalities, promoting values, reducing CSR as a way to avoid regulatory pressures and governments striving for co-defining CSR directions. In Poland the rapid evolution of state policy for CSR can be observed. The policy now is complex and it includes tools supporting investing comapny’s resources in CSR and tools developing formal and informal institutions which make CSR an important element of business legitimisation.
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382
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64-79
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  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach. Wydział Finansów i Ubezpieczeń. Katedra Finansów Przedsiębiorstw i Ubezpieczeń Gospodarczych
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2083-8611
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