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In this chapter we first develop a quick profile of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) not only in Greece, but also internationally. Subsequently, based on the relevant literature we refer to social responsibility and how that started, and then to individual social responsibility, before finally focusing on CSR and CSR educational programs in Greece. However, the main part of this chapter arises from the survey that was conducted in November 2014 in two Departments of the University of Macedonia. Some very interesting conclusions are raised from the extensive statistical analysis of collected data. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time that a survey regarding the education on CSR is conducted and it is an excellent first step which can lead in the enhancement of CSR awareness.
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