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Author Pava, Moses L.

Title Corporate responsibility and financial performance : the paradox of social cost / Moses L. Pava, Joshua Krausz.

Published Westport, Conn. : Quorum Books, 1995.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  658.408 PAVA    AVAILABLE
Physical description xii, 176 pages ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [165]-172) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction: The Idea of Corporate Social Responsibility -- I. The Association between Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance. 2. The Paradox of Social Cost. 3. The Association between Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance: Methodology and Results -- II. The Language of Corporate Social Responsibility. 4. Annual Reports as a Medium for Voluntarily Signalling and Justifying Corporate Social Responsibility Activities. 5. The Language of Corporate Social Responsibility: Methodology and Results -- III. The Legitimacy of Corporate Social Responsibility. 6. Criteria for Evaluating the Legitimacy of Corporate Social Responsibility Projects. 7. Evaluating Specific Social Responsibility Projects. 8. Corporate Responsibilities beyond an Information Disclosure Policy. 9. Conclusions: Ten Propositions about Corporate Social Responsibility -- App. A: Summary of 21 Empirical Studies -- App. B.1: 53 Socially Screened versus Control Firms.
App. B.2: 33 Socially Screened versus Control Firms.
Summary Huge corporations possess the power to control the quality of life of employees, customers, shareholders and residents of their local communities.
Other author Krausz, Joshua.
Subject Social responsibility of business.
Social responsibility of business -- Costs.
Corporations -- Finance.
ISBN 0899309216