Analysis of Huawei Corporation's Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Journal: Modern Economics & Management Forum DOI: 10.32629/memf.v3i1.663

Yingyi Wang

Solbridge International School of Business, Woosong University, Daejeon 34613, Korea International School of Business, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing 100089, China


Huawei Corporation has made outstanding contributions to the economy, environment and industry of China. At the same time it inevitably faces some difficulties and challenges. This article will conduct the following related research discussions. a. Huawei's enterprise outlook, staff situation and main operation projects. b. Two challenge cases from 2018 to 2021 and specific analysis of Huawei's corporate social responsibility: the social performance of employees and the protection of their rights and interests, as well as the challenges in the negotiation between Huawei and government agencies. c. The stakeholders' corresponding quadrant and salience diagrams.


business ethics, corporate social responsibility, social financial risk, strategic management, employee benefits


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