Contextualising Corporate Social Responsibility In Singapore

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Executive Summary

This paper argues that the context in which business operates plays a large role in whether and to what extent a particular firm adopts Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). In Singapore, this context is shaped by government, private sector and civil society relations, partly characterised by pervasive government presence in all aspects of society including the private sector. The paper examines the level of awareness of CSR issues amongst selected publicly listed or government owned companies and the extent to which CSR policies are incorporated into their business practices.

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