Corporate Social Responsibility in Hong Kong

by Roger Gill, Lisa Leinbach



The reputation of business in Hong Kong includes alleged exploitation of labor and a lack of social responsiveness, which may be due to the nature of its trade unions, its laissez-faire government, and traditional management practices. A recent study identifies attitudes concerning social responsibility that prevail in Hong Kong corporations.

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