Disbanding The Dark Side of Organizations

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The discussion of corporate social responsibility has tended to overlook corporate social irresponsibility in global markets. This is particularly the case for discussions of the Arab world in which institutional elements such as wasta and fatalism play a key role in both the conception and outcomes of CSI.

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