International business : global competition from a European perspectiveAndrew L. Harrison
, Ertuğrul Dalkiran
, Ena Elsey
, 2000, higher education textbook
Keywords: international business, international economic relations, international trade, multinational companies, international enterprises, business environment, culture, ethics, international institutions, globalization, international economic integrations, investments, foreign exchange business, foreign direct investments, international competition, EU, European Union, Europe, development, perspectives, single market, Eastern Europe, transitional economics, transition, privatization, international cooperation
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1589; Downloads: 17
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International economicsRobert J. Carbaugh
, higher education textbook
Keywords: international economic relations, globalization, models, economic theories, economic equilibrium, regulation, international finances, tariffs, international traffic of payments, international banks, international banking, international trade, industrial policy, trade policy, exchange rate, international exchange, world, payments, open economy, macroeconomics, economic policy, developed countries, developing countries, multinational companies, balance of payments, texbooks, cases, case study
Published: 02.06.2012; Views: 1014; Downloads: 17
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The online communication of corporate social responsibility in subsidiaries of multinational companies in HungaryRichard Szanto
, 2018, review article
Abstract: Background and Purpose: Many studies have explored the differences in the management of corporate social responsibility (CSR) of multinational companies across the globe. The main question of the study was, are there differences between CSR practices between home country and host country operations?
Design/Methodology/Approach: This study investigates the differences in online CSR communication between global corporate websites and the webpages of local subsidiaries in Hungary. The sample contains 70 multinational companies (MNCs) and their Hungarian subsidiaries. All the subsidiaries of the sample are listed amongst the largest 200 companies (based on turnover) in Hungary. Both the local (Hungarian) and the global internet sites of these MNCs were visited, and pre-defined categories were sought on the corporate websites. The presence/lack of these CSR themes and topics on the websites were recorded.
Results: The findings show that online CSR disclosure of the subsidiaries is usually more limited than the global communication. Moreover, distance from the headquarters seems to matter, the farther the headquarters of the MNC is located, the narrower CSR presence on the websites of the local subsidiary can be observed.
Conclusion: The paper’s main contribution is to deepen our knowledge about the CSR strategies of the multinational companies across their operations. It was confirmed that their CSR practices significantly differ between the host and home countries.
Keywords: CSR, local subsidiaries, multinational companies, online communication
Published: 10.10.2018; Views: 247; Downloads: 106
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