Abstract and Keywords
Given some examples of what appear to be responsible behaviour, this article explores the dimensions of corporate responsibility. It begins by studying the nature of organizations, such as corporations, to determine whether, or in what ways, corporations, like individuals, are morally responsible. It explores the scope of corporate responsibility — to think about what responsibilities corporations have or should have, and whether one can understand those responsibilities as residing in the corporation or in individuals acting on behalf of the corporation. It investigates what factors contribute to corporate moral decision making and how these play a role in corporate responsibility.
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