The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): An Empirical Examination in the Tunisian Context

  •  Tarek Ben Noamene    
  •  Sara Elouadi    


The concept of CSR was subject to multiple approaches and research perspectives (Gond & Igalens, 2008). Its application in the Anglo-Saxon context revealed a lack of consensus on identifying its dimensions (Auperles et al., 1985). In this study, we will try to empirically explore this concept in the Tunisian context. In this regard, a quantitative questionnaire-based survey of Tunisian companies highlights the four-dimensional nature of social responsibility, with philanthropic responsibility standing out as the most influential dimension in CSR perception in Tunisia.



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