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DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE AS AN INTEGRAL ELEMENT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND THE PRINCIPLE OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Vol. 1, No 1, 2008

 

Dr Adam Płachciak 

Academy of Economics in Wroclaw 

Faculty of Regional Economy and Tourism in Jelenia Gora 


DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE AS AN INTEGRAL ELEMENT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND THE PRINCIPLE OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 


Abstract 

The moral climate of economical activity has special impact on forming a new management philosophy – Social Corporate Responsibility (CSR). Classical capitalist establishment used to be responsible on behalf of its owner, with achieving its main goal – maximizing 

profits. Now it is more often emphasized that the corporation should be responsible for the 

needs of different groups – stakeholders. Distributive justice is one of the main elements of 

being responsible in business activity.  

The idea of sustainable development is an attempt of answering the problem which 

appeared at the end of XX century connected with global threads of  consuming natural resources, environment devastation, excessive demographic growth and inappeasable needs of 

people. The notion of distributive justice, written into the definition of sustainable development has got special meaning, because it refers to intergenerational and between generational 

dimension. 

 

Key words:  Corporate Social Responsibility, sustainable development, distributive justice, 

environment, wealth.