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Analyzing the Relationship Between Corporate Governance, CSR, and Sustainability

Analyzing the Relationship Between Corporate Governance, CSR, and Sustainability
Author(s)/Editor(s): Muddassar Sarfraz (Hohai University, China) and Syed Ghulam Meran Shah (Southwestern University of Finance & Economics, China)
Copyright: ©2022
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4234-7
ISBN13: 9781799842347
ISBN10: 1799842347
EISBN13: 9781799842354

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Corporate governance has convincingly been contemplated to be the backbone of an organization. Without doubt, corporate governance is a vehicle that can assist with the sustainability of an organization. With the emergence of a new concept of corporate philanthropy among organizations, the role of corporate governance has been intensified in recent years. Additionally, the current repercussions of corporate social responsibility and sustainability among advanced nations has also compelled emerging nations to adopt measures that can ultimately escalate the firms' growth. Particularly, the impact of corporate governance needs to be analyzed while invigorating the CSR activity and escalating the sustainability. It is significant to analyze the relation between corporate governance, CSR, and sustainability to ponder the aspects that can interrelate these three areas of research.

Analyzing the Relationship Between Corporate Governance, CSR, and Sustainability provides comprehension of the modern concepts of CSR and sustainability through practical implication while emphasizing the role of corporate governance. The chapters clarify the concepts of CSR and sustainability under the rubric of corporate governance, and they cover topics such as gender diversity in organizations, organizational governance tools, leadership and governance, and business sustainability. This book is ideal for executives, managers, sustainability specialists, human resources, practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, academicians, and students interested in the relationship between corporate governance, CSR, and sustainability.



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