1.A BEHAVIORAL THEORY OF SOCIAL PERFORMANCE SOCIAL IDENTITY AND STAKEHOLDER EXPECTATIONS.pdf
2.Between Legitimacy and Efficiency An Institutional Theory of Corporate Giving.pdf
3.Corporate Social Responsibility Psychological,Person-Centric, and Progressing.pdf
4.CSR Performance in China The Role of Board Gender and Foreign Ownership.pdf
5.DO INVESTORS ACTUALLY VALUE SUSTAINABILITY NEW EVIDENCE FROM INVESTOR REACTIONS TO THE DOW JONES SUSTAINABILITY INDEX (DJSI).pdf
6.(Do Political Connections Buffer Firms from or Bind Firms to the Government? A Study of CorporateCharitable Donations of Chinese Firms.pdf
7.Donating Money to Get Money: The Role of CorporatePhilanthropy in Stakeholder Reactions to IPOs.pdf
8.HISTORIC CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.pdf
9.How Does the Stock Market Value Corporate SocialPerformance? When Behavioral Theories Interactwith Stakeholder Theory.pdf
10.Institutional Equivalence How Industry and Community Peers Influence Corporate Philanthropy.pdf
11.MNC foreign investment and industrial disasters.pdf
12.News Visibility and Corporate Philanthropic Response Evidence.pdf
13.On the Foundations of Corporate Social Responsibility.pdf
14.REVISITING THE CORPORATE SOCIAL PERFORMANCE-FINANCIAL.pdf
15.Socially responsible firms.pdf
16.Speaking of Corporate Social Responsibility.pdf
17.The Differential Effects of CEO Narcissism and Hubris on Corporate Social Responsibility.pdf
18.The Psychological Microfoundations of Corporate Social Responsibility A Person-centric Systematic Review.pdf
19.The Real Effects of Mandated Information on Social Responsibility in Financial Reports Evidence from Mine-Safety Records.pdf
20.Why Firms Perform Differently in Corporate Social Responsibility Firm Ownership and the Persistence of Organizational Imprints.pdf
23.The Effect of Mandatory CSR Disclosure on Firm Profitability and Social Externalities Evidence from China.pdf
24.Whose Call to Answer Institutional Complexity and Firms’CSR reporting.pdf
25.CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND THE RISE OF INTEGRATING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CRITERIA IN EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION: EFFECTIVENESS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FIRM OUTCOMES .pdf
26.Peer Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility.pdf
28.Dare to Be Different Conformity vs. Differentiation in Corporate Social Activities of Chinese Firms and Market Responses.pdf
29.STRATEGIC CSR A CONCEPT BUILDING META-ANALYSIS.pdf
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