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Get in sync with executives on corporate citizenship

Executives and CSR professionals agree that corporate citizenship has value—but their prio...

When do appointments of corporate sustainability executives affect shareholder value?

RESEARCH BRIEF - Under certain conditions, the appointment of a corporate sustainability e...

From the Corner Office: Issue 31

THE CORPORATE CITIZEN | WINTER 2020: Executives discuss the importance of corporate citize...

Board gender diversity is related to dividend payouts

RESEARCH BRIEF - Board-level gender diversity is associated with a higher likelihood and h...

What gets measured, gets managed: Tying executive compensation to specific corporate citizenship targets can boost social performance—especially for companies that are lagging

RESEARCH BRIEF - Tying executive compensation to corporate citizenship metrics can help im...

From the Corner Office

THE CORPORATE CITIZEN | FALL 2019: Executive perspectives that demonstrate top management ...

Women CFOs bring lower stock price crash risk

RESEARCH BRIEF - Companies with women CFOs have a lower risk of stock price crash than tho...

The Corner Office: USAA CEO Stuart Parker on the value of corporate citizenship

In his leadership at USAA, Parker recognizes that business and corporate responsibility go...

Empowered female executives reduce corporate legal risk

RESEARCH BRIEF - Increasing high-powered female representation at the executive level can ...

From the Corner Office

THE CORPORATE CITIZEN | SPRING 2019: Executive voices on the importance of corporate citiz...

Incorporating corporate citizenship into executive compensation leads to improved financial, social, and environmental performance

RESEARCH BRIEF - The adoption of corporate citizenship-based incentives for executives res...

Awareness of bias: Women are still having to hit a higher bar of qualification to be considered for senior positions

RESEARCH BRIEF - Moderately qualified men are given the benefit of the doubt compared to w...