Filantropi Perusahaan: Sebuah Reviu Literatur dan Arah Penelitian Masa Depan

  • Rizqa Anita
  • Neneng Salmiah Universitas Lancang Kuning
  • Intan Adino Universitas Lancang Kuning
  • Muhammad Rasyid Abdillah Universitas Lancang Kuning
Keywords: Filantropi Perusahaan, Pemberian Perusahaan, Kontribusi Perusahaan, Reviu Literatur

Abstract

Penelitian ilmiah mengenai filantropi perusahaan pada saat ini mulai meningkat khususnya di Indonesia. Sehingga dibutuhkan sebuah telaah pustaka yang secara khusus mengidentifikasi informasi sejauh mana penelitian tentang filantropi perusahaan sudah dilakukan dan bagaimana arah para peneliti selanjutnya. Untuk melakukannya, metode telaah pustaka sangat diperlukan untuk mengeidentifikasi lebih lanjut. Penelitian ini memeriksa beberapa literatur ilmiah di bidang manajemen, akuntansi, ekonomi, sosiologi, dan kebijakan publik serta menganalisis isinya secara sistematis. Setelah meninjau temuan utama literatur, penelitian ini memeriksa beberapa peluang untuk arah penelitian selanjutnya tentang filantropi perusahaan untuk memperkuat pemahaman kita mengenai fenomena menarik di konteks bisnis dan masyarakat.

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Published
2022-07-23
How to Cite
Anita, R., Neneng Salmiah, Intan Adino, & Muhammad Rasyid Abdillah. (2022). Filantropi Perusahaan: Sebuah Reviu Literatur dan Arah Penelitian Masa Depan. Jurnal Manajemen Dan Bisnis Terapan, 4(1), 68-75. https://doi.org/10.31849/jmbt.v4i1.10621
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