TITLE

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CORPORATE SOCIAL PERFORMANCE, FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE, AND FIRM GOVERNANCE

AUTHOR(S)
Johnson, Richard A.; Greening, Daniel W.
PUB. DATE
August 1994
SOURCE
Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings;1994, p314
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Proceeding
ABSTRACT
This study investigates relationships between two factors of corporate social performance (CSP) using the KLD database, specific types of institutional investors, top management team equity, board composition, and financial performance. Results indicate the importance of institutional investor type, board composition, and top management equity on both corporate social performance and financial performance.
ACCESSION #
10345720

 

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