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|Title:||Methodological approach to strategic planning of corporate social activities|
|Authors:||Плекан, Уляна Михайлівна|
|Bibliographic description (Ukraine):||Plekan U. Methodological approach to strategic planning of corporate social activities / Uliana Plekan // Modern Science – Praha. – Nemoros. – 2018. – № 2 – С. 56-64|
|Bibliographic description (International):||Plekan U. Methodological approach to strategic planning of corporate social activities / Uliana Plekan // Modern Science – Praha. – Nemoros. – 2018. – № 2 – С. 56-64|
|Date of entry:||31-Mar-2020|
strategic managerial solutions
socially responsible corporate activities
economic and mathematical model
|Abstract:||The paper has explained the key approaches to the concept of corporate social responsibility. Algorithmic process to monitor the data while planning socially responsible corporate activities has been proposed. Economic and mathematical model to form social responsibility for the strategic planning improvement of socially responsible corporate activities has been developed|
|URL for reference material:||http://agentura.nemoros.cz/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/MS-2-2018.pdf#page=56|
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