What is it about?

This paper aims to explore how family culture can contribute to support the development of corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in a Korean immigrant enterprise in Vietnam.

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Why is it important?

This research contributes to the emerging literature about CSR and immigrant entrepreneurship. This study sheds light on how family culture can aid the leadership of CSR initiatives and CSR practices in the context of the immigrant organisation. This study also identifies processes that immigrant entrepreneurs can use to inspire organisational members to engage in a new initiative in which organisational culture and norms can help to overcome challenges to enable engagement with a novel initiative.

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This paper explains how family culture supports the leading role of an entrepreneur, in which the absolute pressures inherited from family values and traditions in the place of origin help an organisation to overcome existing barriers such as lack of time and financial support towards a new initiative.

Dr. Thinh Gia Hoang
RMIT University

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This page is a summary of: The influence of family culture on the development of corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative of immigrant enterprise: a case of Korean businessin Vietnam, Social Responsibility Journal, August 2021, Emerald, DOI: 10.1108/srj-12-2020-0503.
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