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Corporate Social Performance: A Cross-National Comparison Among Asian Countries

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Intellectual Contribution by Foo-Nin Ho

Contribution Title

Corporate Social Performance: A Cross-National Comparison Among Asian Countries

Conference

Annual International Conference on BizStrategy (2011)

Year

2011

Description

More and more multi-national companies are expected to take on a bigger role in society beyond the economic motive of profitability. The objective of this research is to conduct a cross-national comparison of firms' corporate social performance (CSP) in Asia relative to USA. Empirical tests are based on a global CSP database of companies from four Asian countries and the USA. Results show that Japanese companies outperform other Asian countries and the USA in various aspects of CSP.

Complete Citation

Foo Nin Ho, Deanna Hui-Ming Wang and William Weng Kee Lee (2011), "Corporate Social Performance: A Cross-National Comparison Among Asian Countries," Proceedings, Annual International Conference on Business Strategy and Organizational Behaviour (BizStrategy 2011), Penang, Malaysia, pp. 1-4.

Website

http://www.biz-strategy.org/

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