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Socially responsible business activity is becoming increasingly important in today’s society as a vital driver in maintaining human development globally. Thereby, the research problem lays upon the potential of providing flexible support to overcome human development challenges in order to improve the quality of life within national economies. The paper aims to indicate socially responsible activity of global corporations to support human development in Ukraine and the possibility of using companies’ capacity to provide social investments for sustainable human development needs.

The practical issue concerns the potential of providing flexible support to overcome human development challenges in Ukraine, improving social investments activity of US and European corporations. The research is conducted through a review of scientific articles and corporations’ reports from the last ten years, evaluating the trends of social investments, including deeper understanding of the priorities of human development financial support. The findings section presents analytical research to determine social investments in Ukraine, considering European and US corporations’ funds and their potential to strengthen human development.

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Dyba, M., & Gernego, I. (2021). Socially Responsible Activity of Global Corporations to Support Human Development in Ukraine. Edukacja Ekonomistów I Menedżerów, 59(1).


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