The Feasibility of Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Welfare – The Case of Kosovo

Musa I. Bajraktari


This contribution investigates and scrutinizes the need to understand what Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) does and could mean for the poor and marginalized developing country as in the case of Kosovo. Moreover, this paper analyzes the undertakings of CSR for bridging the area of social welfare and economic development. Admittedly, CSR prospect in Kosovo is at the embryonic phase, thus, key input of this article is to analyze CSR appraisal in terms of contribution to social welfare benefits, and sustainable economic development. The article’s spotlight in what way CSR prospective is currently being manifested in Government’s agenda, in the business sector, and civil society stakeholders concerning social responsibility of all. This submission suggests the interplay of state institutions and corporate actions in terms of leveraging CSR potentials for better social welfare. The paper concludes by drawing courtesy at numerous CSR issues, and through a critical approach it presents the current state of CSR in Kosovo and its potentials towards providing better social welfare in particular.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6p187

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