Paper Titles in Periodical
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences
ILSHS Volume 54

Subscribe to our Newsletter and get informed about new publication regulary and special discounts for subscribers!

ILSHS > ILSHS Volume 54 > Analysis on Corporate Social - Financial...
< Back to Volume

Analysis on Corporate Social - Financial Performance Link

Full Text PDF


Study explore and investigate the influence of corporate social responsibility in multi level facets for performance outcome and corporate social behavior . Using corresponding and coordinated sample of different financial institutions. Data is collected by banks annual reports issuing during 2008-2012. To examine and verify the relationship between CSR and CFP , Regression model is used. Findings from data is revealed that positive correlation among corporate social responsibility and corporate financial performance. If financial institutions more invest for CSR practices then they will get higher performance and net profit for long lasting period.


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 54)
N. Khan et al., "Analysis on Corporate Social - Financial Performance Link", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 54, pp. 16-20, 2015
Online since:
June 2015

[1] Kostjuk, K. 2005. Russia: The line between small businesses and big politics. In A. Habisch, J. Jonker, M. Wegner, & R. Schmidpeter (Eds. ), CSR across Europe: 209–218. Berlin: Springer.

[2] Lewis, S. (2003), Reputation and corporate responsibility, Journal of Communication Management, Vol. 7.

[3] Maon, F., Lindgreen, A., and Swaen, V. (2009), Designing and implementing corporate social responsibility: an integrative framework grounded in theory and practice, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 87.


[4] McEwen, W.J. 2008. When the Going Gets Tough. The Gallup Management Journal, New York of Management Perspectives, 26(4), 51–65.

[5] Mr. Uvais. M, Ms. Hafeefa Cholasseri, (2013).

[6] Pless, N. M., Maak, T., & Waldman, D. A. (2012). Different approaches toward doing the right thing: Mapping the responsibility orientations of leaders. Academy.


[7] Porter, M., and Kramer, M. 2011. Creating Shared Value. Harvard Business Review, 89 (1/2): 62-77.

[8] Williams, C. A. & Conley, J. M. (2009). Global banks as global sustainability regulators: The equator principles. Unpublished manuscript.

[9] Williams, C. A., & Conley, J. M. 2005. An emerging third way? The erosion of the Anglo-Amercian shareholder value construct. Cornell International Law Journal, 38: 493–551.

Show More Hide
Cited By:
This article has no citations.