Compassionate capitalism--a step in the right direction?

Adams, Jenny
September 2002
Brand Strategy;Sep2002, Issue 163, p6
Trade Publication
Asserts that corporate social responsibility can enhance consumers' perceptions of a company or brand. Companies' need to demonstrate their social responsibility; Importance of consumers' recognition of the honesty and sincerity of a company.


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