Corporate Social Responsibility


Gender pay gap

80% of UK companies and public sectors organisations pay women less than men.

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Corporate Social Responsibility - definition

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) relates to how a business attempts to achieve objectives other than those purely related to maximising returns to shareholders.

CSR includes ethical objectives, and those designed to minimise the negative effects of the business on the environment, or on the local community.  CSR is often regarded as a form of self-regulation in terms of regulating business activities which fall outside the scope of its legal responsibilities. For example, while tax avoidance is not illegal, a business might stop aggressively seeking out and implementing complex tax avoidance schemes.

WTO rules

What exactly is the 'most favoured nation' rule?

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Model agencies collude to fix rates

Regulators find leading model agencies guilty of price fixing.

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Customs unions

Costs and benefits of customs unions.

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New materials

Multiple choice papers for Paper Three.

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Savings ratio

Savings ratio falls to lowest level on record.

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