Supply Chain Consequences of Subsidies for Corporate Social Responsibility

@inproceedings{Arya2015SupplyCC,
  title={Supply Chain Consequences of Subsidies for Corporate Social Responsibility},
  author={Anil Arya and Brian Mittendorf},
  year={2015}
}
The use of government incentives tied to market prices as means of boosting corporate social responsibility (CSR) has expanded notably in recent decades. Enhanced business tax deductions for charitable donations and credits for conservation easements are notable cases. While providing incentives for socially desirable behavior to achieve legislative goals has intuitive appeal, the broader economic consequences are not always fully understood. In this study, we examine such wider consequences… CONTINUE READING

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