CORPORATE SOCIAL IRRESPONSIBILITY: INDONESIAN BUSINESS WITH APARTHEID

Listian Indriyani Achmad

Abstract


Purpose - The aim of this study is to show corporate social irresponsibility (CSI) within Indonesian companies through their business relationships with an unlawful entity in the Middle East called Israel and relate that to companies‘ obligations to fulfill their social responsibilities Design / methodology / approach - This paper uses a qualitative approach to explore references and literature on corporate social responsibility, corporate social irresponsibility, and Indonesia-Israel business ties. Findings - Even though most Indonesians strongly oppose ties between Indonesian companies and Israel, such relationships exist.Companies wanting to be sustainable need to realize that gaining profit by cooperating with an unlawful entity can threaten their sustainability. Research limitations / implications- This study only investigates publicly available information though much of this business is hidden and kept secret. Novelty - This paper will add more information to the literature of strategic management particularly on corporate social responsibility and corporate social irresponsibility of companies doing business with an entity that ignores international law.

Keywords


strategic management; corporate social responsibility; corporate social irresponsibility.

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