AIS3054 - Corporate Social Responsibility in Asia

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Department of Asian and International Studies
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Course Duration
One Semester
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Not offering in current academic year

* The offering term is subject to change without prior notice
Course Aims

This course aims to provide students with the skill to: analyse business, social and environmental issues that are relevant to the development of corporate social responsibility and sustainable business practices in Hong Kong, as well as other countries in East and Southeast Asia; assess the corporate behaviour of foreign and local companies in Asia; outline the CSR practices of MNCs in Asia, and the challenges and opportunities of acting responsibly in the area now referred to as the world's factory; assess the role of small and medium-sized companies in acting responsibly in a highly competitive environment; comprehend local government strategies to attract FDI and the dilemmas these present for responsible business practices; and understand the complex interactions between stakeholders, companies and governments. 

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Continuous Assessment: 100%
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