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Corporate Social Responsibility:

1. Do governmental CSR policies assist consumers or organizations? In what ways?
2. Do governmental policies differ throughout the world? In what ways?
3. In what ways do politics shape the regulation of businesses?
4. Describe the current relationship between government and business in the United States.
5. Describe one public policy goal of the United States for its citizens.
6. Evaluate the value of governmental regulation for American consumers.
7. State whether corporations should have political strategies or not. Justify your opinion.
8. Despite many governmental and quasi-governmental levels of consumer protection, consumers still face a wide variety of risks. What are your recommendations, on a governmental and quasi-governmental level, for reducing these risks?

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1. Do governmental CSR policies assist consumers or organizations? In what ways?
Governmental CSR policies assist consumers and organizations. The government CSR policies are designed to assist the organizations to become more socially responsible. From the point of view of organizations, when they comply with government CSR policies their culture improves and their esteem improves. These companies appeal more to customers, to investors, and to potential employees (1).

Government CSR policies assist consumers in several ways. The consumers can now feel more confident that they will get value for money. The consumers feel confident that they will not be cheated by businesses. The customers will have some assurance companies will not misguide or dupe them.

2. Do governmental policies differ throughout the world? In what ways?
The government policies differ throughout the world. Their economic policies are different. Their policies towards businesses are different. Their social policies are different. In some countries economic redistribution takes precedence, in other countries the stability of the banking system takes precedence. The government policies differ throughout the world because the economic, social, and political situations of the countries are different (2).

In certain countries acute poverty compels the government to focus on poverty alleviation, food distribution, and basic medicine. In other countries where investment is scare, the government focuses on attracting foreign investment. In countries where the balance of trade/payments is unfavorable, the government strives to increase exports and curtail imports (1).

3. In what ways do politics shape the regulation of businesses?
Politics shapes the regulation of businesses in several ways. The ruling party passes legislations that favor businesses that support the party during elections. The areas that have voted for the ruling party get ...

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Corporate Social Responsibility is explained in a structured manner in this response. The answer includes references used.

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