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PHILANTHROPY OF THE BUSINESS SECTOR IN ISRAEL

Tamir Rozental

Abstract

The article describes the patterns of social responsibility in Israel based on two elements: one alent is obedience to the law and the other is philanthropic activity. Ma'aleh is a non-profit organization that ranks leading companies in social responsibility and surveys philanthropic activity.

 

Keywords

social responsibility; Maala Organization; Israel; philanthropic; Business; contribution; Non-Profit; Companies

 

JEL Codes: A 130

 

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