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    1.) How do the utilitarian ethic and the right to private property justify - and fail to justify -- the classical model of corporate social responsibility?

    2.) What consequences might result if managers were held responsible for taking into account the consequences to every possible stakeholder who could conceivably be affected by decisions the managers make?

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    //Utilitarian ethic and the right to private property are the two methods which are used for understanding the model of corporate social responsibility. These are explained in the first part. The later part will describe how they justify and fail to justify the CSR. In the other part, effect on stakeholders due to decision making of managers will be described//

    1.) Utilitarian ethic theory justifies the corporate social responsibility by providing all possible solutions of problems related to the sector. The utilitarian theory justifies the corporate social ...

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