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The findings of this paper increase our comprehension of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) from the consumer's perspective in a Spanish context. Based on primary data collected via personal surveys in Spain we provide evidence to show that Spanish consumers are supportive of CSR. We also show that sustainable development theory can be applied in Spain. We evaluated the importance placed by Spanish consumers on three responsibilities -economic, social and environmental-and find that economicdoi:10.31270/ijame/01/04/2012/15 fatcat:zbtsdwgu4vbbvnodxc6aj4omqe