• Published 2012

Series 1201 The Bidirectional Relationship between CSR Investments and Economic Performance : An Analysis Using a Simultaneous Equations Model

@inproceedings{Nakamura2012Series1T,
  title={Series 1201 The Bidirectional Relationship between CSR Investments and Economic Performance : An Analysis Using a Simultaneous Equations Model},
  author={Eri Nakamura},
  year={2012}
}
This paper investigates the bidirectional relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) investments and economic performance. We analyze three types of CSR investments: investments in environmental protection initiatives (environmental investments), investments in labor-related initiatives particularly those that promote women’s employment (female labor-related investments), and investments in all other initiatives that contribute to society (other social investments). Further, we… CONTINUE READING

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