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Introduction Nowadays, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not a strange idea for Hong Kong people. This idea is including few principal components which are social, governance, reporting and environmental, related to the work of operational practices, community involvement, environmental protection and environmental quality. Each of the distinctive stakeholders has diverse obligations and benefit. Stakeholders are included government, customers, regulators, shareholders, investors, suppliers, employees and communities. Whether big companies may do much better? Is it committed stakeholder expectations? What are the effects among the CSR of stakeholders? What are the advantages and disadvantages of stakeholders under corporate social responsibility? How the act of companies doing admirably of effectiveness under the CSR? Accordingly, a considerable lot of these questions are worthy of study. From the perspective of CSR in Hong Kong, the most far-reaching industry is the fast food industry. Information from the Census and Statistics Department shows that the highest GDP industry of Hong Kong in 2008 including fast food industry (CSR Asia 2011). On the other hand, the Fast Food industry does not assign responsibility because they cause obesity. They are assigned responsibility because of their connection to corporate responsibility. Such a demand cannot be understood under the prevailing, rather narrow liability understanding of responsibility (Schrempf 2013). A liability approach to corporate responsibility follows a legalistic mindset and assumes that an actor has responsibility if it can be proven that there is a direct causal link between an action and the harm (Honoré 1999). The focus on causality makes a liabil... ... middle of paper ... ...ty Management 31, pp.1143-1154.  Tsoi, J. (2010) Stakeholders’ Perceptions and Future Scenarios to Improve Corporate Social Responsibility in Hong Kong and Mainland China, Journal of Business Ethics, February 2010, Vol. 91 Issue 3, pp.391-404.  Welford, R. and Chan, C. and Man, M. (2007) Priorities for Corporate Social Responsibility: a Survey of Businesses and their Stakeholders, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management.15, pp.52-62.  Windsor, D. (2006) Corporate Social Responsibility: Three Key Approaches. Journal of Management Studies 43, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 1 January 2006, pp. 93-114.  Witt, M. A. and Redding, G. (2012) The spirits of Corporate Social Responsibility: senior executive perceptions of the role of the firm in society in Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and the USA, Socio-Economic Review (2012) Vol.10, pp. 109-134.
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