Causal Effect of Analyst Following on Corporate Social Responsibility

  title={Causal Effect of Analyst Following on Corporate Social Responsibility},
  author={Binay Kumar Adhikari},
  journal={CSR \& Management Practice eJournal},
  • B. Adhikari
  • Published 19 August 2016
  • Business, Economics
  • CSR & Management Practice eJournal

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    Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis
  • 1996
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