Academics identify link between CSR and survival, showing that companies where CSR is a priority were less likely to delist in the pandemic.
Study concludes that “corporate board reforms… appear to have a positive spillover for non-financial stakeholders”.
There is growing global enthusiasm for corporate social responsibility (CSR). But a new study says legislation can bring its own problems.
Under pressure to be good corporate citizens, politically endorsed firms in emerging markets often choose philanthropy over adopting greener practices.
The economic, social and environmental benefits derived from greater gender equality on boards are numerous—and increasingly important to investors.
Ethics committees are a powerful signal of commitment to an ethical agenda. A recent study looked at the factors that determine whether an organisation takes this step.
Aviva Investors’ CIO reveals concerns about HSBC and Standard Chartered’s backing for the new law, which has been widely criticised.
Companies are increasingly willing to take a stand on social and political issues. But experts warn that words must be backed up by policies.
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted social failures and “deep” inequality which must be addressed by business, warns the global governance body.
The Covid-19 pandemic does not render us completely helpless. Large corporations, small businesses and communities can work together to build a sustainable future.