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Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance, and Managerial Risk-Taking

Mohamed Ayadi, Martin I. Kusy, Minyoung Pyo, Samir Trabelsi
2014 Social Science Research Network  
Furthermore, we find that this relationship is robust when accounting for differences in governance structure and correcting for endogeneity via simultaneous equations modeling.  ...  And last but not least, I am truly thankful to my fiancée, Natalia, for being an unending source of support and inspiration.  ...  Measuring corporate governance Data for measuring governance quality is obtained from RiskMetrics ISS Governance Services.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2438177 fatcat:g6wgekc73renboy3vvtk5uykii

Data Warehousing Supports Corporate Strategy at First American Corporation

Brian L. Cooper, Hugh J. Watson, Barbara H. Wixom, Dale L. Goodhue
2000 MIS Quarterly  
In the next two phases, additional products and transaction data were added to VISION, and the profit formulas were enhanced.  ...  Based on the answers, a number of different "types" of customer were identified, and by matching transaction and demographic patterns for each type of customer with those of the remaining customers, FAC  ... 
doi:10.2307/3250947 fatcat:hyhymuujw5dnfhkqlj4t3m3i3m

Corporate Nature, Financial Technology, and Corporate Innovation in China

Yuying Gao, Shanyue Jin
2022 Sustainability  
innovation through a fixed-effects model and investigate the influence of corporate characteristics on the relationship between financial technology and innovation through a moderating-effects model.  ...  In this study, using the data of non-financial and non-real estate listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen markets, A-shares from 2015 to 2020, we examine the effect of financial technology on corporate  ...  Data Availability Statement: Not applicable. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14127162 fatcat:3f3dp2hgl5erjeg7eaadq3tso4

Corporate Governance and Corporate Creditworthiness

Dror Parnes
2011 Journal of Risk and Financial Management  
To compute the Merton model default probabilities we obtain more information from several sources.  ...  (62), transportation services (52), retail stores (203), marketing and advertising (12), computer services (97), and others (154).  ... 
doi:10.3390/jrfm4010001 fatcat:lrehzax5zfgjnhikmpqypy7dxu

An Integrated Model to Explain How Corporate Social Responsibility Affects Corporate Financial Performance

Chin-Shien Lin, Ruei-Yuan Chang, Van Dang
2015 Sustainability  
Cheung et al. [23] investigated the effect of firm valuation on corporate social performance in the service and non-service sector industries of major Hong Kong listed firms.  ...  The effect of corporate social responsibility (CSR) on financial performance has important implications for enterprises, communities, and countries, and the significance of this issue cannot be ignored  ...  Data were collected from two sources, namely, KLD and Compustat databases.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su7078292 fatcat:fk3b43hhqzcoxbnuboit6cbk7i

Virtual Corporate Training Systems [chapter]

Marina Keiko Nakayama, Christine Silva da Schröeder, Bianca Smith Pilla, Daniel Garcia Haro, Erlaine Binotto
2005 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
A theoretical base was built on the following aspects: training perspectives and development, structure and evaluation of virtual training and definition of performance indicatorsemphasizing the model  ...  The preliminary results allow establishment of a relation between criteria and relevant indicators for evaluation of this type of training system.  ...  The data used for interviews was analysis of documentary sources and content analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-25997-x_2 fatcat:bsek5f7kx5bwlesnh74rbpbvwu

The link between corporate social performance and financial performance: empirical evidence from Japanese firms

Megumi Suto, Hitoshi Takehara
2016 International Journal of Corporate Strategy and Social Responsibility  
However, the effects of CSP on profitability are mixed, and only the employee relationship is positively associated with profitability measures.  ...  This study adopts a stakeholder relationship approach to examining these changes and investigates the channels that link corporate social performance (CSP) and corporate financial performance (CFP) in  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge financial supports from the Health Labour Sciences Research Grant (Research on Policy Planning and Evaluation) and the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcssr.2016.077544 fatcat:yhnflduse5g6naltnqdsvzk6xe

Corporate Reputation and Business Outcomes in Turkey

Ozlem Sayilir, Telford Carl Victor
2020 Business and Economics Research Journal  
Material and moral support for social responsibility projects of a company depend on corporate social responsibility, emotional commitment, financial strength, and quality of management.  ...  They would like to recommend the company as a work place even for their children if company has good emotional commitment and product and service quality.  ...  Reputation Research Center of Turkey (RepMan) is a knowledge sharing center which is a basic source and model of reputation researches in Turkey.  ... 
doi:10.20409/berj.2019.226 fatcat:6ou2biztsbe7dgoy5ev57e3e54

Impact of Corporate Governance on Corporate Financial Performance

Priyanka Aggarwal
2013 IOSR Journal of Business and Management  
Various tests like -regression, correlation, t-test and F-test have been performed using secondary data over a period of two years from FY -11 to FY 2011 to study this linkage.  ...  We have also controlled for size of firm. We find that governance ratings have positive and significant impact on corporate financial performance.  ...  Acknowledgements Many thanks to the people in Rurukan, Rurukan Satu, Kemelembuai and staff of Tomohon City Office for supporting our research.  ... 
doi:10.9790/487x-1330105 fatcat:esejcn5eb5ew5fbl6k5yz5pq34

Corporate Identity and Corporate Reputation in Silicon Valley: Case Studies in Public Relations and Integrated Communications

Kenneth D. Plowman, Satina Chiu
2007 Public Relations Journal  
This two-case study of high-tech firms in Silicon Valley, near San Jose, California, explored how and why corporate identity principles were used in establishing a model campaign plan for these companies  ...  There were three preliminary foci of the study: (1) the rationale of initiating a corporate identity campaign, (2) the ideal campaign management model, and (3) the essential factors affecting campaign  ...  A strong corporate identity enhances perceived quality, which Aaker (1991) defined as, "the customer's perception of overall quality or superiority of a product or service with respect to its intended  ... 
doaj:0f45b994d25344edbc13d604aab992bf fatcat:xs6sex56tndthppfhgwvqkihty

Reference Model of Cost Allocation and Profitability for Efficient Management of Corporate ICT

Milos Maryska, Petr Doucek
2015 Procedia Economics and Finance  
One of the most important Corporate Performance Management (CPM) domains is "Profitability Modelling and Optimization" that contains tasks cost optimization, product profitability and What-If Analysis.  ...  The proposed conceptual model mainly focuses two areas -"Cost Allocation", and "Profitability Management".  ...  Has the knowledge level of the corporate ICT maturity been analysed, and what was the outcome? Is the management of corporate ICT based on service management and on service level agreements (SLAs)?  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2212-5671(15)00324-x fatcat:cv2t2uhwu5dmfa54vgeepc766m

Impacts of Firm Performance on Corporate Social Responsibility Practices: The Mediation Role of Corporate Governance in Ethiopia Corporate Business

Ma Ying, Gashaw Awoke Tikuye, He Shan
2021 Sustainability  
Corporate governance has a positive role in serving as a legitimacy source for CSR practice.  ...  The impacts of firms' performance on CSR and corporate governance as a mediator variable were studied using a sample of TIRET corporate companies, in the Amhara region, Ethiopia.  ...  Acknowledgments: We appreciate all supports from School of Management, Wuhan University of Technology.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13179717 fatcat:kspfcfxrnveybdctforh2tocpi

Business Model Development through Corporate Strategy Design: IBM SWOT Analysis

Prathamesh Muzumdar
2015 Zenodo  
Using extensive secondary research and text mining as a primary approach to collect information to the current portfolio of IBM, multiple corporate strategies are designed.  ...  The research tries to understand the ongoing process in products and services offered by technology giant IBM.  ...  Customer service and customer service contract model stand out to be two inter correlated features which depend on each other for a certain extent.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3429153 fatcat:5jwwg6hlq5ftva4dsfsbulkhum

BIG DATA-DRIVEN STOCHASTIC BUSINESS PLANNING AND CORPORATE VALUATION

Roberto Moro Visconti
2018 Corporate Ownership and Control  
Combination of big data and stochastic estimates for corporate appraisal and governance issues represents a methodological innovation that goes beyond the traditional literature and practice.  ...  Financial forecasts and company appraisals represent a core corporate ownership and control issue, impacting on stakeholder remuneration, information asymmetries, and other aspects.  ...  TRADITIONAL BUSINESS PLANNING AND CORPORATE EVALUATION METRICS Traditional economic and business planning is based on an interaction of accounting data coming from the forecast income statement (profit  ... 
doi:10.22495/cocv15i3c1p4 fatcat:rpe5udq63nazpitpkoacozqodu

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Stakeholders'Perception of Foreign Corporation in Ghana

Abubakar Sadiq Kasum, Kwame Felix Aveh Felix Aveh, Ramat Titilayo Salman
2016 Issues in Social and Environmental Accounting  
Specifically, quality and quantity of goods and services at a fair price, reward and welfare for employees topped the list favoured priorities, while stakeholders less favoured participation by foreign  ...  The operational data within the questionnaires were collected on a Likert scale of 5-1 (for strongly agree to strongly disagree) while relevant options were provided for demographic questions.  ...  intentions as well as two relational outcomes: the likelihood to switch to a competitor and to complain about the CSR-based price increase.  ... 
doi:10.22164/isea.v10i2.162 fatcat:l5wumkix5vdxhbkryxbecckm6u
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