Study: CSR too often rooted in risk management, PR

04/20/2011 | Spend Matters

The growing attention to corporate social responsibility throughout supply chains has prompted companies to improve transparency, this article notes. However, a joint study by two U.K. universities suggests that too many companies have opted for cosmetic rather than substantive changes, focusing supply-chain efforts "on managing risk and public relations" rather than committing to initiatives for the environment or employees.

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