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Case
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Reference no. 719-0025-1B
Prize winner
Published by:
INSEAD (2019)
Version:
05.2019
Length:
14 pages
Data source:
Field research

Abstract

This is part of a case series. In 2013, India passed a law to make corporate social responsibility mandatory for large companies. The case examines the context in which the CSR legislation was introduced and how Tata Motors Ltd (TML) responded to it. Case (B) examines Tata Motors' CSR programmes in depth and provides an opportunity to consider their impact. Students are challenged to come up with their own ideas for how the philosophy of 'more from less for more' can be used to address issues related to poverty and lack of education in India.

Topics

Corporate social responsibility; India; Government regulation; CSR mandate; Social return on investment; Corporate governance; Poverty; Skills training; India Companies Act 2013; Motor industry; Board of directors; KPMG

Setting

The events covered by this item took place in 2017.

Geographical setting

Region:
Asia

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Industry:
Automotive

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2018 - EFMD Case Writing Competition - category winner

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