As per Carroll Model, the four levels of Corporate Social Responsibility are :
a. Physical, economic, social, and legal
b. Physical, economic, legal, and ethical
c. Philanthropic, economic, legal, and ethical
d. Philanthropic, economic, social, and ethical
Explanation: Corporate Social Responsibility refers to a business’s behavior, that it’s economically profitable, complies with the law, is ethical, and is socially supportive. Profitability and compliance with the law are the most important conditions for corporate social responsibility and when discussing the company’s ethics, and the level to which it supports the society it’s part of with money, time, and talent.