Social Status and Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from Chinese Privately Owned Firms

Volume: 169, Issue: 4, Pages: 651 - 672
Published: Jun 8, 2020
Abstract
In countries such as China, where Confucianism is the backbone of national culture, high-social-status entrepreneurs are inclined to engage in corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities due to the perceived high stress from stakeholders and high ability of doing CSR. Based on a large-scale survey of private enterprises in China, our paper finds that Chinese entrepreneurs at private firms who have high social status are prone to engage in...
Paper Details
Title
Social Status and Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from Chinese Privately Owned Firms
Published Date
Jun 8, 2020
Volume
169
Issue
4
Pages
651 - 672
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