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  1. This study explored corporate social responsibility practices in selected public libraries in south-west and north-central Nigeria. The study adopts multiple case-study design, and qualitative research approac...

    Authors: Ismail Olatunji Adeyemi, Boluke Favour Abiona, Adetunji Idris Adebisi, Khudro Iyabo Ishola and Halleluyah David Ogunlowo
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2024 9:3
  2. Quality standards (QS) (e.g., ISO 9001) play an important role in assuring the quality of goods and services for organizational stakeholders on a global scale. Recent work has highlighted the role of QS in com...

    Authors: William J. Ritchie, Scott Gallagher, Steven A. Melnyk and Ali Shahzad
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2024 9:2
  3. This study is to examine the translation of a reputable brand into equity and how consumers’ perceptions can trigger value creation from commitment and pursuit of CSR by an organization and adopting the same a...

    Authors: Olukorede Adewole
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2024 9:1
  4. Digitalization brings with it new social and governance issues and heightened responsibility, particularly for corporations. In recent years, society has demanded more transparency from companies about digital...

    Authors: Jordan Famularo
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2023 8:8
  5. Based on a total of 1,590 listed non-financial firms on the Taiwan Stock Exchange and the Taipei Exchanges covering the period of 2007 ~ 2020, this study examines whether a firm's capital structure is affected...

    Authors: Shu-Chen Hsu, Kun-Tsung Wu, Qing Wang and Yuan Chang
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2023 8:6
  6. Sustainable development efforts, initiated by the SDGs and the Paris Agreement on climate change, are bringing banking to the center of the debate, which calls for, among other things, sustainable banking. In ...

    Authors: Markus Riegler
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2023 8:5
  7. This paper discusses the practice of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and its challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa. The main purpose is to highlight and clarify the gaps between CSR regulations and human righ...

    Authors: Achille Gildas Ndong Ntoutoume
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2023 8:2
  8. We investigate the circumstances under which socially responsible investing (SRI) enhances firm long-term financial performance, and therefore provides incentives for firms to self-regulate their environmental...

    Authors: Yanbing Wang, Michael S. Delgado and Jin Xu
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2023 8:1

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  9. The relationship between ‘CSR and Brands to the sustainable business environment coupled with climatic changes and environmental issues; ‘while emphasizing the potentials of ‘CSR from brand reputation translat...

    Authors: Olukorede Adewole
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2022 7:6
  10. This empirical study examines the degree to which strategic principles are reflected in the corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting practices among Canada’s largest corporations. In a two-phased approa...

    Authors: Mark Fuller
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2022 7:5
  11. This study examines the influence of boards’ characteristics with respect to independence, diversity, and diligence on the environment, social, governance (ESG) disclosure among Bursa Malaysia companies. The b...

    Authors: Kamilah Kamaludin, Izani Ibrahim, Sheela Sundarasen and OVA Faizal
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2022 7:4
  12. Organizations strive to satisfy salient and unmet consumer needs by providing value through their products and services. If environmentally sustainable “green” brands successfully exist by addressing environme...

    Authors: Zamira Ataniyazova, Barry A. Friedman and Prabha Kiran
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2022 7:3
  13. This study aims to examine the trends in the sustainability performance indicators disclosed in sustainability reports by Canadian companies. Our sample is comprised of eight companies in four sectors and our ...

    Authors: Michel Coulmont, Sylvie Berthelot and Vincent Gagné
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2022 7:2
  14. Because of COVID-19 in the world, enterprises and consumers pay more and more attention to environmental protection, food safety and health issues. The purpose of this paper is to take China's food company as ...

    Authors: N. Zhang
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2022 7:1
  15. This empirical study investigates the relationships between management control systems and social and environmental risks. Building on Simons’ Levers of Control conceptual framework, this study proposes that c...

    Authors: Natalia Semenova
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:13
  16. Corporate social responsibility has been an important theme in management at least since the 1960s. International business became a recognized subfield in management around the same time. Logically, there migh...

    Authors: Karen Paul and Carlos M. Parra
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:12
  17. This article adds to the discussion of the long-term transformation of CSR, presenting a perspective on the interplay between CSR debate and public discourse on business responsibility. 50 years after Milton F...

    Authors: Hildegunn Mellesmo Aslaksen, Clare Hildebrandt and Hans Chr. Garmann Johnsen
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:11
  18. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) becomes popular as big international firms gain more power than states and global issues engender concerns to people from all over the world. The pandemic of novel coronav...

    Authors: Ioannis Panagiotopoulos
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:10
  19. This paper aims to explore the motivations and challenges of engaging host communities in CSR practices within the context of Newmont Ahafo Mines (NAM), a subsidiary of a Multinational Mining Enterprise (MNE) ...

    Authors: Lyon Salia Awuah, Kwame Oduro Amoako, Stephen Yeboah, Emmanuel Opoku Marfo and Peter Ansu-Mensah
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:9
  20. Green concern is making a profound impact on building green competitive advantage (GCA) across the globe. Apparel sector of Bangladesh is at crossroads regarding sustainability of firms. Green initiatives are ...

    Authors: S. M. Shafiul Alam and K. M. Zahidul Islam
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:8
  21. In the ongoing debate on the relation of cultural differences and national innovativeness this research aims to find out which of the seven cultural dimensions of The Culture Map (communicating, evaluating, leadi...

    Authors: Viola Isabel Nyssen Guillén and Carsten Deckert
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:7
  22. In light of the growing economic might and intensification of global activities of Chinese multinational enterprises (MNE), this paper looks into the nature of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) repor...

    Authors: Irina Ervits
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:6
  23. The topic of financial sustainability in microfinance institutions has become more important as an increasing number of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) seek operational self-sufficiency, which translates into...

    Authors: Laxmi Remer and Hanna Kattilakoski
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:5
  24. The purpose of this qualitative review is to analyze empirical studies on whether the existing generations differ in their work beliefs, i.e. in their internal CSR perceptions and their leadership motivation, ...

    Authors: Susanne Rank and Francoise Contreras
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:4
  25. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is like a chameleon, that changes its colour according to the context it is in. In the developed economy, it takes the form of sustainability and/ or philanthropy, whereas...

    Authors: Nayan Mitra
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:3
  26. Former reports of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) tended to focus on the equity side of investing, and today green bonds also offer and introduce sustainability factors. This paper is about the rele...

    Authors: Ursule Yvanna Otek Ntsama, Chen Yan, Alireza Nasiri and Abdel Hamid Mbouombouo Mboungam
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:2
  27. Even though the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been applauded for several decades, the concept of stakeholder engagement is relatively new to the Ghanaian mining sector. This study invest...

    Authors: Peter Ansu-Mensah, Emmanuel Opoku Marfo, Lyon Salia Awuah and Kwame Oduro Amoako
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2021 6:1
  28. Sustainability is currently one of the main issues in all media and in society as a whole and is increasingly discussed in science from different sides and areas. Especially for the automotive industry, sustai...

    Authors: Wanja Wellbrock, Daniela Ludin, Linda Röhrle and Wolfgang Gerstlberger
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2020 5:10
  29. The importance of Chinese International Construction Companies (CICCs) within the construction sector in Africa can no longer be ignored, as these firms hold a considerable amount of market share within the Af...

    Authors: Oluwasegun Oluwaseyi Seriki
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2020 5:8
  30. Social Responsibility, referred to in this study as Corporate Citizenship (CC) has experienced continued growth in significance among academics and corporate leaders. The absence of a multi-level approach to w...

    Authors: Fredrick Onyango Ogola and Josep F. Mària
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2020 5:7
  31. Socially responsible investment (SRI) evolved, along the last two decades, from an almost unexplored topic in science to a recurrent theme of research and debate in Economics and Finance. The growing interest ...

    Authors: Orlando Gomes
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2020 5:5
  32. Rethinking the traditional understanding of organizational purpose appears to be necessary. A teleological paradigm shift seems to be on its way, changing the focus of attention from considering business organ...

    Authors: Giorgio Mion and Cristian R. Loza Adaui
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2020 5:4
  33. This paper examines perceived hypocrisy when a failure is aligned with prior social performance. It is hypothesized that commitment to a CSR domain creates greater performance expectations thus exacerbating th...

    Authors: Dustin Smith and Eric Rhiney
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2020 5:1
  34. As public concern over greenwashing has grown in the last two decades, academic research has increased correspondingly, and there is now a substantial body of research addressing issues related to greenwashing...

    Authors: Lucia Gatti, Peter Seele and Lars Rademacher
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2019 4:6
  35. Sustainability constitutes an essential element in corporate contexts by now. Corporate sustainability may be addressed differently, either selectively or integrated. The holistic approach opted for primarily ...

    Authors: Martin Gerner
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2019 4:5
  36. Benefit Corporations and B Corps represent alternative models of enterprise that bridge the for-profit and not-for-profit model (hybrid organizations). Italy is the first country outside the US to pass Benefit...

    Authors: Mara Del Baldo
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2019 4:4
  37. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is supposed to benefit corporations but as well to foster the well-being of individuals, communities and society. However, there is still a lack of reliable evaluation res...

    Authors: Harald Strotmann, Jürgen Volkert and Melinda Schmidt
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2019 4:2
  38. There is a long and varied history associated with the evolution of the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). However, a historical review is missing in the academic literature that portrays the ev...

    Authors: Mauricio Andrés Latapí Agudelo, Lára Jóhannsdóttir and Brynhildur Davídsdóttir
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2019 4:1
  39. Mexico’s 2008 energy reform established that Petróleos Mexicanos and its subsidiary entities could contract with individuals or corporate entities for labor and the provision of required services to improve th...

    Authors: Armando García-Chiang
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:15
  40. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an evolving concept that reflects various views and approaches regarding corporate relationships with broader society. This study examines the meanings and values attac...

    Authors: Anne Elizabeth Fordham and Guy M. Robinson
    Citation: International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 2018 3:14

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