Social Responsibility Journal


Business Ethics and Law

Table Of Contents: Volume 13 Issue 2

Corporate social responsibility and firm’s performance: empirical evidence

Samuel Famiyeh

The concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has emerged over the past 30 years to occupy a significant role in certain aspects of the organizational theory. The…

Arctic petroleum: local CSR perceptions in the Nenets region of Russia

Julia S.P. Loe, Ilan Kelman, Daniel B. Fjærtoft, Nina Poussenkova

The purpose of this paper is to identify and discuss perceptions of petroleum-related corporate social responsibility (CSR) among local and regional authorities, local…

Commitment in corporate social responsibility and financial performance: a study in the Tunisian context

Haifa Chtourou, Mohamed Triki

The purpose of this study is to measure the impact of commitment in corporate social responsibility (CSR) in its various forms (CSR philanthropy/ altruism, CSR integration…

Social responsibility and crowdfunding businesses: a measurement development study

Shaike Marom

The purpose of this paper is to explore the issue of social responsibility of crowdfunding industry, an industry that is expanding rapidly as an alternative source of…

Corporate environmental responsibility and financial performance: does bidirectional causality work? Empirical evidence from the manufacturing industry

Mario Testa, Antonio D’Amato

Over the past two decades, scholarly attention has focused mainly on a direct and inverse relationship between corporate environmental responsibility (CER) and corporate…

Back to basics: exploring perceptions of stakeholders within the Swedish fashion industry

Esben Rahbek Gjerdrum Pedersen, Linne Marie Lauesen, Arno Kourula

The purpose of this paper is to examine to what extent the conventional stakeholder model mirrors managerial perceptions of the stakeholder environment in the Swedish…

Epistemological development of corporate social responsibility: the evolution continues

Norman Cameron Croker, Lisa Robyn Barnes

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate social performance (CSP) in literature from its inception to 2013.

Green information technology adoption: influencing factors and extension of theory of planned behavior

Shahin Dezdar

The effect of global warming on our environment has shifted the focus to green technologies worldwide. Subsequently, multiple research studies have attempted to assess…

Corporate social responsibility and employee engagement: can CSR help in redressing the engagement gap?

Richa Chaudhary

This paper aims to examine the influence of employees’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) perceptions on their engagement level at work. In addition, the study looks…

Antecedents of corporate social performance: the effects of task environment managerial discretion

Matthew T. Luth, Donald J. Schepker

The purpose of this research is to better understand how industry conditions affect corporate social performance (CSP). To accomplish this objective, the authors develop…

Corporate social performance and cost of debt: the relationship

Barbara Sveva Magnanelli, Maria Federica Izzo

This paper aims to investigate the link between corporate social performance (CSP) and cost of debt financing. Despite academic debate has focused on the link between…

An investigation of the effects of corporate social responsibility on corporate reputation and customer loyalty – evidence from the Taiwan non-life insurance industry

Chen-Ying Lee, Wei-Chen Chang, Hsin-Ching Lee

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has gradually come to be regarded as a strategic business tool, and has a significant influence on consumers’ behaviours, but few…



Online date, start – end:


Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:



  • Professor David Crowther