In the last few years the concept of corporate social responsibility (CRS) has been widely discussed. Despite the growing theoretical input on the subject there are still many voices negating the concept and many economic myths that interfere with the activities of organisations trying to act according to CRS rules. The article's aim is to analyse critically some of the myths and an attempt to replace some of them with other opinions that may function equally well as new ways of understanding world's economic dimension.
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