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In the context of which of the following strategic responses, would adopting a code of conduct be a tangible indication of a firm’s willingness to accept CSR?

a.Accommodative

b.Reactive

c.Proactive

d.Defensive

 

 

 

22.The _____ strategy is characterized by some support from top managers, who may increasingly view CSR as a worthwhile endeavor.

a.accommodative

b.reactive

c.proactive

d.defensive

 

 

 

23.A code of conduct is also called _____.

a.code of defense

b.code of legitimacy

c.code of ethics

d.code of reactivity

 

 

 

24.A _____ is a set of written policies and standards outlining the proper practices for a firm.

a.code of point

b.code of defense

c.code of legitimacy

d.code of conduct

 

 

 

25.From a CSR perspective, the best firms embrace a(n) _____ strategy when engaging in CSR.

a.accommodative

b.proactive

c.reactive

d.defensive

 

 

 

26.Top management at a(n) _____ firm not only supports and champions CSR activities, but also views CSR as a source of differentiation that permeates throughout the corporate DNA.

a.proactive

b.accommodative

c.defensive

d.reactive

 

 

 

27._____ firms actively participate in regional, national, and international policy and standards discussions.

a.Accommodative

b.Reactive

c.Proactive

d.Defensive

 

 

 

28.A strategy that endeavors to do more than is required in CSR is called a(n) _____ strategy.

a.accommodative

b.proactive

c.defensive

d.reactive

 

 

 

29._____ firms often build alliances with stakeholder groups.

a.Accommodative

b.Reactive

c.Defensive

d.Proactive

 

 

 

30.It is not realistic to implement a(n) _____ strategy when the firm has numerous reactive employees and consumers.

a.accommodative

b.defensive

c.proactive

d.long-term

 

 

 

31._____ firms often engage in voluntary activities that go beyond what is required by regulations.

a.Accommodative

b.Proactive

c.Reactive

d.Defensive

 

 

 

32.Social issue participation refers to a firm’s participation in social causes not directly related to the management of its _____.

a.fair labor practice groups

b.primary stakeholders

c.secondary stakeholders

d.tertiary stakeholders

 

 

 

33.Which of the following is one of the underlying motivations behind MNEs voluntary "green practices"?

a.CSR demands satisfied by customers in developing countries

b.Strong military and legal supervision in the host countries

c.Requirements of MNE headquarters for worldwide compliance of higher CSR standards

d.Constant interference in collective bargaining

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