Development of social responsibility of business in China: experience for Ukraine




socio-economic responsibility of entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, social reporting, charity, state-owned enterprises


The article presents a theoretical review of state regulation of corporate social responsibility in China. The basic legislative acts regulating this sphere are defined. Obligatory social reporting for state-owned enterprises is indicated. It was noted that an important area of regulation of social responsibility of business by the state is the environment, due to the high level of pollution and industrial character of the country's economy. The directions for the development of Ukrainian socio-economic responsibility of entrepreneurship based on China's experience are determined.

Author Biography

Maryna Dielini, National Pedagogic Dragomanov University

PhD in economics, associate professor, Department of Management, information-analytical activity and euro integration


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How to Cite

Dielini, M. (2018). Development of social responsibility of business in China: experience for Ukraine. Skhid, (6(152), 17–21.