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by Supriti Mishra

eBook Corporate Social Responsibility of Indian Companies: Some Antecedents and Consequences epub
  • ISBN: 3838345347
  • Author: Supriti Mishra
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (May 2, 2010)
  • Pages: 100 pages
  • ePUB size: 1518 kb
  • FB2 size 1252 kb
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PDF On Dec 1, 2010, Supriti Mishra and others published Corporate Social Responsibility of Indian Companies .

analyzes donation announcements made by Fortune Global 500 firms from North America, Europe and Asia to look for regional patterns across three recent disasters: the South Asian Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, and the Kashmiri earthquake.

Some Antecedents and Consequences. Data were collected from 150 senior-level managers including CEOs in Indian manufacturing companies. By (author) : Supriti Mishra. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ( 2010-02-11 ). € 49,00. A framework for assessing CSR was developed with respect to six primary stakeholder groups-employees, customers, investors, community, natural environment, and suppliers. Number of pages: 100.

This study examines whether corporate social responsibility (CSR) towards primary stakeholders influences the financial and the non-financial performance (NFP) of Indian . Authors and affiliations. First Online: 11 February 2010.

This study examines whether corporate social responsibility (CSR) towards primary stakeholders influences the financial and the non-financial performance (NFP) of Indian firms  .

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a type of international private business self-regulation that aims to contribute to societal goals of a philanthropic, activist, or charitable nature or by engage in or support volunteering or ethically-orient.

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a type of international private business self-regulation that aims to contribute to societal goals of a philanthropic, activist, or charitable nature or by engage in or support volunteering or ethically-oriented practices.

Some corporations and even some business sectors appear to benefit more than others. This paper provides a conceptual framework addressing the relationships between antecedents and consequences of voluntary CSR reporting. The proposed model helps in understanding the role of organizational characteristics and management strategy as antecedents in determining if a corporation will engage in voluntary reporting. The relationship between reporting and two expected outcomes of and financial performance-are also delineated in the framework.

Supriti Mishra & Damodar Suar, 2010. Do stakeholder management strategy and salience influence corporate social responsibility in Indian companies?," Social Responsibility Journal, Emerald Group Publishing, vol. 6(2), pages 306-327, June.

Some of the reasons can be flawed business practices, business viability, imperfect business processes or inadequate understanding o. .

In the case of controversial sector companies, a corporate brand enables managers to attract small and medium enterprises to be associated with them in a business relationship as its business customers (Bennett, 1997; Bloom, 2001). Some of the reasons can be flawed business practices, business viability, imperfect business processes or inadequate understanding of stakeholders (Gerhart, 2003; Laplume et a. 2008).

Does Corporate Social Responsibility Influence Firm Performance of Indian Companies? Supriti Mishra Damodar Suar 1997 ), and still others (Aupperle et a. 1985 ; Teoh et a. 1999 ) establish no relation between the two constructs. Though a positive relation between CSR and firm performance has prevailed in many studies (Margolis and Walsh, 2003 ; Orlitzky et a. 2003 ), results still remain inconclusive (Margolis and Walsh, 2003 ; Vogel, 2005 ). Such inconclusiveness creates ground for further investigation.

Implicit CSR social responsibilities of business are tightly embedded in the legal and institutional framework of.

Implicit CSR social responsibilities of business are tightly embedded in the legal and institutional framework of society. Since the late 1980s there has been a ‘privatization’ of many political functions.

This study has two objectives. First, it examines the role of stakeholder salience and stakeholder management strategy as antecedents of CSR. Second, it assesses the influence of CSR on the financial and non-financial performance of firms. Data were collected from 150 senior-level managers including CEOs in Indian manufacturing companies. A framework for assessing CSR was developed with respect to six primary stakeholder groups?employees, customers, investors, community, natural environment, and suppliers. Findings reveal that the favorable strategy towards each stakeholder group increases the corresponding CSR. Increased salience of each stakeholder group also enhances the corresponding CSR. When both salience and strategy are considered, salience fully or partially offsets the influence of strategy on CSR. CSR, in turn, has significant influence on both financial and non-financial firm performance. It is a more potent determinant of non-financial performance compared to financial performance of firms.
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