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Projects 1. Lei Wang (2011), ‘Factors Affecting Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility Implementation: an Emphasis on Values’, Academic Dissertation Submitted to Department of Forest Sciences, University of Helsinki, Dissertation Forestales 130, Finnish Society of Forest Science, Finland, pp. 53-65. 2. Suja S. Nair (2009) ‘Ethical Attitudes of Managers in India’, Theses Submitted to Sri Venakteswara University, pp. 1-82.
appendix 2: bibliography - Shodhganga
APPENDIX 2: BIBLIOGRAPHY Books 1. Andres J. Du Brin (2003), Essentials of Management, Thomson South Western Publishers, 2nd Edition, USA. 2. Banerjee ...