• The primary purpose from an organisation’ perspective is maximising their profit.
• In this view organisations believe that only government and not for profit organisations are responsible for caring about the environmental and social problems.
• The ‘invisible hand’ argument, ‘let government do it’ argument and the ‘business can’t handle it’ argument favours narrow view of CSR.
• Under the narrow view of csr private corporations should not be forced to take public responsibilities that primarily belongs to the government.
• Broader View talks about that organisations have other responsibilities too apart from maximising profit as they can be seeing having great social as well as economic power in the society.
• It can be also be called sometimes the social entity model or the stakeholder model. (Shaw, Barry, Issa, Catley & Muntean, 2016, p. 168).
• Broader view of csr involves all parties having a stake in what a corporation does and doesn’t including employees, customers, and also the public.