Corporate social responsibility - what motivates managers in Argentina?

Article in the International Food and Agribusiness Management Review

Individual values and certification schemes carry more weight in managers' decision to implement corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities.

Published in the International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, this article by Anna Hajdu, Marcos F. Daziano and Dr Oane Visser investigates the types of CSR activities conducted by 18 managers in large farms and agroholdings in Argentina. They underline managers' perception of social issues and their motivations to do CSR activities.

They show that given the lack of pressure from national-level formal and other informal institutions, individual values (informal institutions) and international institutions (certification schemes-formal institutions) carry more weight in managers' decision to do CSR activities.

Read the article in full - 'Institutions and individual values motivating corporate social responsibility activities in large farms and agroholdings'

PhD student

Anna Hajdu

Researcher

Marcos F. Daziano

Associate professor

Dr Oane Visser

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