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For undervalued firms, releasing CSR news can lead to increased stock performance

RESEARCH BRIEF - Firms that are undervalued in the stock market tend to issue additional n...

Worker representation on company boards yields better long-term business results

RESEARCH BRIEF - Firms with worker representation on their boards achieved 40 to 50% large...

CSR transparency linked to increase in corporate payouts

RESEARCH BRIEF - Investor demands and CSR practices are not in conflict, as research shows...

Pick a side: When is it beneficial for brands to advocate with consumers for social issues?

RESEARCH BRIEF - Taking a corporate stance on a polarizing issue can be a differentiator f...

How CSR influences financial performance: A global perspective

RESEARCH BRIEF - In developed economies, improved corporate citizenship performance is lin...

People + Purpose = Progress

Corporate citizenship can provide important reinforcement of organizational values, employ...

The Corporate Citizen: Issue 33

ADAPTABILITY - Our recent challenges have provided ample opportunity to rethink how we wan...

Corporate citizenship reporting improves financial performance, especially for small firms

RESEARCH BRIEF - Disclosing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) information via a ...

Communicating CSR—especially responsible business practices—can influence consumer purchase decisions

RESEARCH BRIEF - Consumers who learn about a brand’s environmental or social initiatives a...

Women in top executive positions linked to better financial performance after industry crisis

RESEARCH BRIEF - Evidence from the banking industry suggests that firms with women at top ...

With investment in governance, corporate citizenship improves financial performance

RESEARCH BRIEF - Researchers found that corporate citizenship impacts financial performanc...

In economic recession, companies maintain corporate citizenship investments

RESEARCH BRIEF - Evidence suggests that firms maintain their overall corporate citizenship...