SRCB

AcronymDefinition
SRCBSub Record Control Byte
SRCBShanghai Rural Commercial Bank (China)
SRCBSouth of the River Community Band (Eagan, MN)
SRCBSviluppo Relazioni Commerciali Banche (Italian)
SRCBSociety of Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry and Biology
SRCBShanghai Research Center of Biotechnology (China)
SRCBState Rehabilitation Council for the Blind (various states)
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MoneyGram's addition of SRCB to the network of more than 310,000 agent locations helps bring these workers closer to their families back home.
H4: When the measured trait of SRCB is high, CSR will have a stronger impact on evaluation and purchase intent than when SRCB is low.
SRCB was measured using the mean of the 26-item Socially Responsible Purchase and Disposal Scale (Webb, Mohr, and Harris 2004).
We compared the demographics and SRCB scores of those who received control group scenarios (with no CSR information) with those who received a scenario manipulating CSR.
In January, ANZ entered into an agreement to sell its 20.0 percent stake in SRCB for USD1.3bn (AUD1.8bn).
Under a new sale agreement, Baoshan Iron & Steel (Bao) will purchase a 10.0 percent stake in SRCB, replacing Shanghai SinoPoland Enterprise Management Development Corporation.
This is a positive outcome for SRCB and its customers given Bao Group is a leading State Owned Enterprise with a strong track record investing in financial services.'
The joint Fiserv and Digital China Financial Software implementation included a full retail banking solution rolled out to all SRCB branches.
Because this definition is compatible with the researchers' conceptualization of CSR, it is adapted to define socially responsible consumer behavior (SRCB) as a person basing his or her acquisition, usage, and disposition of products on a desire to minimize or eliminate any harmful effects and maximize the long-run beneficial impact on society.
The researchers expect, instead, that consumers who do respond to CSR work up to socially responsible consumer behavior (SRCB) through a progression of stages.