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Influencing the work environment of small enterprises through CSR in public procurement

Large public enterprises increasingly make demands on their suppliers as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy. The demands concern environment, work environment, social initiatives etc. that have direct as well as indirect influence on the work environment of the supplying enterprises. The rules and quality requirements put forward by the large clients make up a control mechanism that influences the organisation of the supplying enterprises. Thus, external relations with large purchasing enterprises, which work strategically with CSR in the supply chain, influence the internal organisation and work environment of smaller enterprises.

 

The purpose of the Ph.D. project is to study how CSR strategies develop in the relationship between different parties in the supply chain, especially in connection with public enterprises. With that, the conditions for how large enterprises can contribute to the improvement of the work environment of small enterprises through CSR can be disclosed.

The main question of the Ph.D. project:

How is the organisation and work environment of small enterprises influenced by large public enterprises’ CSR strategies towards their suppliers?

The Ph.D. project is part of the main project “Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and work environment in small enterprises”.

 12.02.2014
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