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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 2 / 2024 (639), Summer

Assessing the adoption of corporate social responsibility on developing countries: Case of Jordan

University „December 1 1918” of Alba Iulia, Romania

Abstract. Socially responsible achievements growingly not only the activities of business entities, but also the formation of the well-being of society. It is observed scholarly literature records that different conceptions of social responsibility are based on the characteristics that regulate the commercial bodies' possibilities to participate in community obligation acts by emphasizing the strategic and financial objectives for the enterprises. The primary objective of this paper is to evaluate the impact of community interest on developing countries-Jordan as an example, and to provide an overview of the purpose the content of corporate social responsibility (CSR) with track a reviews of the scientific literature. The procedures used to investigate the scientific literature are part of the evaluation engagements. The conducted study validated a notable concern for the business sectors in Jordan and developing countries. This article outlined some of the apparent gaps in developing nations. This is noteworthy because; for the first time, scholars in developing nations are exploring closely into the idea of corporate social responsibility (CSR). By highlighting the advantages and results of speculating on (CSR) actions within their relevant sectors. The paper so lays the groundwork for corporations to engage in such activities.

Keywords: corporate social responsibilities (CSR), developing countries, Jordan, literature review, Corporate Governance.

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