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Understanding corporate social responsibility of Commercial Banks of Nepal

Bista, Raghu (2017): Understanding corporate social responsibility of Commercial Banks of Nepal. Published in: Kaav International Journal of Law, Finance and Industrial Relations , Vol. 5, No. 1 (2 January 2018): pp. 23-33.

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Abstract

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is emerging debatable hot issue in the globalization era, when role of the Commercial Banks has been supporting to development of industry, trade and market. A large number of the Commercial Banks have been providing financial services by expanding competitive financial markets and impressive profits. However, CSR is still debate. This issue was examined through exploratory and descriptive method based on secondary and primary data. The study finds CSR as voluntarily social responsibility of the Commercial Banks. It is least priority of the Commercial Banks. Its size is least. Its trend is irregular and discontinuous. Therefore, almost stakeholders are unsatisfied and opines to its need mandatory for its positive impacts.

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