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Contemporary Criticism of Corporate Behaviour

Rosca, Paula-Carmen (2018): Contemporary Criticism of Corporate Behaviour. Published in: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of Doctoral Students and Young Researchers , Vol. 6, No. 1 (17 December 2018): pp. 218-221.

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Abstract: Nowadays, corporations play an important role in the economic, social and political life. During the last century, they contributed to the economic and technological development of our world. We may say that this evolution led to a better wellbeing, which means more wealth, more speed, more options, more freedom and spare time. They have brought mankind, things without which we couldn’t imagine our existence: planes, communication means, computers, pharmaceutical products etc. But at what price? And who is going to pay it? Over the last decades, people and organizations were getting worried about the negative impact that corporations might have on their lives (and the next generations’ live) from an economic, social and environmental perspective. This paper is focused on corporate dominance and its aim is to bring into light the main critics of corporate behaviour classified according to different criteria.

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