Social Responsibility At The Academic Level. Study Case: The University Of Bucharest

Paul Marinescu, Sorin Toma, Ionut Constantin



In the last decades the corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been a major subject both for universities, civil society and businesses. Although the CSR concept is especially promoted by large multinational and transnational corporations, it has become also a prominent issue for universities. Social responsibility represents more than a challenge for universities. It has to be a purpose of the universities, taking into account that young people formation also means creating a high level of awareness about the need to involve members of society in solving social problems. Our paper contributes for better clarifying the CSR concept and presents as a study case some of initiatives of the University of Bucharest related to the social responsibility.


corporate social responsibility; university; social responsibility; Team Work Association; University of Bucharest; Faculty of Administration and Business

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ISSN: 2344-1321 (online)