Implementation of University Social Responsibility as a Corporate Social Resposibility Catalyst in SMEs

HASTUTI, THERESIA DWI Implementation of University Social Responsibility as a Corporate Social Resposibility Catalyst in SMEs. TEST Engineering and Management.

artikel di copus q4 - TEST- 6985-Article Text-12251-1-10-20200430.pdf

Download (464kB) | Preview


One of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) models implemented by large companies is the development and assistance of micro, small and medium enterprises. The aim of CSR increase the economic potential of the community and supporting the sustainability of this earth through sustainable business practices. Universities should be partners of companies and community who can harmonize the needs of SMEs and CSR programs. Higher education institutions have competencies to examine the development needs of SMEs through detailed research and surveys of the needs of SMEs. The results of the research conducted can be use for companies that provide CSR so that the CSR program is on target. Therole of universities is referred as Universities Social Responsibility which will be able to become CSR catalysts for SMEs. This research was conducted using a sample of Indonesian Lasem batik craftsmen, CSR companies and university officials involved. Research will be conducted to find the right path in realizing the role of universities as catalysts for CSR in SMEs. Data analysis was conducted with qualitative methods with detailed descriptions of the role of the catalyst. The results showed that the role of higher education as a real catalyst is needed by CSR companies and SMEs communities to translate the real needs of business assistance in terms of marketing, production development, financial management, capital and business development.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: 600 Technology (Applied sciences) > 650 Management > 657 Accounting
Divisions: Faculty of Economics and Business > Department of Accounting
Depositing User: Ms Theresia Dwihastuti
Date Deposited: 08 Sep 2020 03:51
Last Modified: 08 Sep 2020 03:51

Actions (login required)

View Item View Item