CSR and the IT Industry in Bangalore: Observations of a Practitioner

Hoekstra, Bob
December 2003
IIMB Management Review (Indian Institute of Management Bangalore;Dec2003, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p78
Academic Journal
Focuses on the corporate social responsibility in the information technology (IT) industry in Bangalore, India. Information on the workforce of the industry; Issue on sustainability of the industry in developing countries; Discussion on human resource professionalism and ethical standards in the IT industry in the country.


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