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    This reseach has title the influence of Corporate Social Responsibility disclosure to firm value with management ownership as the moderating variable. The reseach purpose to know the influence of Corporate Social Responsibility disclosure to firm value and to know management ownership would be get strong relations Corporate Sosial Responsibility disclosure with firm value. Hipotesis of this reseach though Corporate Social Responsibility disclosure can be influence to firm value and management ownership would be get strong relations between Corporate Social Responsibility disclosure with firm value. Sample of this reseach is the high profile company with natural resources of Bursa Efek Indonesia (BEI) listing in 2008. There are 34 company of 68 population fulfilling criterian by using purposive sampling methode. The methode analysis of this research used multiple regression analysis. The result of study show that nothing influence of Corporate Social Responsibility disclosure to firm value. And management ownership wouldn’t be get strong relations between Corporate Socioal Responsibility disclosure with firm value

    Corporate social responsibility and financial performance: Fact or fiction? A look at Ghanaian banks

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    This article examined the impact of corporate social responsibility on financial performance using empirical evidence from the Ghanaian banking sector. Although corporate social responsibility is a hot topic in Ghana and banks do practise it, no detailed study has been conducted to ascertain whether banks derive any benefits therefrom. A sample size of 22 banks was involved. A structured questionnaire was used to obtain primary data whilst archival records were used to gather the secondary data. Main findings: The findings revealed that banks in Ghana view corporate social responsibility practices to be a strategic tool; banks are motivated to practise corporate social responsibility by legitimate reasons as much as they are motivated by profitability and sustainability reasons. Also, although there is a positive relationship between corporate social responsibility practices and financial performance, the financial performance of banks in Ghana does not depend significantly on their corporate social responsibility practices but rather on other control variables, such as growth, origin, debt ratio, and size

    Corporate Social Responsibility in Large Family and Founder Firms

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    Based on arguments about long-term orientation and corporate reputation, we argue that family and founder firms differ from other firms with regard to corporate social responsibility. Using Bayesian analysis, we then show that family and founder ownership are associated with a lower level of corporate social responsibility concerns, whereas ownership by institutional investors is associated with a higher level of corporate social responsibility concerns and a lower level of corporate social responsibility initiatives. We conclude that it makes sense to distinguish between family, founder and institutional investors and their roles as owners or managers when analyzing the effects of corporate governance on corporate social responsibility.corporate social responsibility;family firms;family management;family ownership;founder firms;long-term orientation

    Intangibles, Global Networks & Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Network organisations emphasise the importance of corporate and product intangible assets. In global competition, the managerial economics of intangibles imposes new network policies of corporate social responsibility, dominated by global social issues such as economic sustainability, eco-responsibility, worker protection and so on.Intangible Assets; Network; Global Competition; Corporate Social Responsibility DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.4468/2010.2.02brondoni

    Analisis Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Subsektor Industri Energi di Indonesia dengan Pendekatan System Thinking

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    Terlepas dari sudah adanya Undang-Undang yang mengatur Tanggung Jawab Sosial suatu Perusahaan, Perusahaan di Indonesia masih memiliki praktik Tanggung Jawab Sosial yang berbeda dalam terminologi kegiatan dan dampak yang diakibatkan. Oleh karena itu, melalui Tugas Akhir ini, penulis berusaha menganalisis praktik Tanggung Jawab Sosial Perusahaan subsektor industri energi di Indonesia dengan menggunakan pendekatan system thinking. Sehingga dapat terlihat apakah Tanggung Jawab Sosial di subsektor industri tersebut bisa mencapai target three-bottom-line. Kata Kunci: Tanggung Jawab Sosial; Causal Loop Diagram (CLD), Pendekatan System Thinking, Keberlangsungan; Ekonomi-Sosial-Lingkungan. Despite already have national policies about CSR, the organizations in Indonesia has different CSR practices that not particularly similar nor close in the activities and impact term. Thus, by this research, the writer tried to analyze the CSR practices by subsector energy industry companies in Indonesia using the system thinking approach. Thus, we would see whether the CSR in this subsector really could achieve the triple-bottom-line target. Key words: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); System Thinking; Causal Loop Diagram (CLD); Sustainability; Economic-Social-Environment. DAFTAR PUSTAKA Bivona, E. (2010). Outlining Long Term Corporate Social Responsibility Strategies in Non Profit Organizations: the case of a Colombian Health Care Insurance. International Conference on Applied Business Research, (pp. 1-14). Ras Al Khaimah. Esasari, & Mustamu, R. H. (2015). Strategi Keberlanjutan Perusahaan Pengembang Perumahan dengan Penerapan Metode ISIS Accelerator. AGORA, 3, 177-184. Global Reporting Initiative. (2013). Pendahuluan tentang G4. Amsterdam. Global Reporting Initiative. (2015). GRI: Empowering Sustainable Decisions; Our Five-Year Focus 2015-2020. Amsterdam. Indonesia Stock Exchange. (2014). IDX Fact Book 2014. Jakarta: Indonesia Stock Exchange. International Organization for Standardization. (2010). ISO 26000:2010 (E)- Guidance on Social Responsibility. Geneva: ISO Copyright Office. Kuniawan, Y., & Josua, T. (2013). Pengaruh Pengungkapan Sustainability Report terhadap Profitabilitas Perusahaan. Business Accounting Review, 1. Li, W.-Y., Yan, M.-R., & Liu, Y.-Y. (2012). A Strategic Thinking and Systems Analysis of Socially Responsible Business Models in the Telecommunications Industry. ATINER\u27S Conference Paper Series. Margono. (2010). Metodologi Penelitian Pendidikan. Jakarta: Rineka Cipta. O\u27Rourke, D. (2004). Opportunities and Obstacles for Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in Developing Countries. Berkeley: The World Bank Group. Perera, C. R., & Takashima, K. (2010). Corporate Social Responsibility and Product Evaluation: Moderating role of Brand familiarity. Plog, B. A., & Quinlan, P. J. (2002). Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene. United States of America: National Safety Council. Porter, M. E., & Kramer, M. K. (2006). Strategy & Society. The Link Between Competitive Advantage and Corporate Social Responsibility. Harvard Business Review, 1-14. PT Leyand International Tbk. (2014). Laporan Tahunan 2014. Jakarta: PT Leyand International Tbk. PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) Tbk. (2014). Perjalanan Keberlanjutan PGN. Laporan Keberlanjutan 2014. Jakarta: PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) Tbk. PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) Tbk. (2014). The Story of PGN. Laporan Tahunan 2014. Jakarta: PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) Tbk. PT Rukun Raharja Tbk. (2014). Annual Report 2014. Progressing Towards The Future. Jakarta: PT Rukun Raharja Tbk. Senge, P. M. (2004). The Fifth Discipline. New York: Currency Doubleday. Sterman, J. D. (2000). Business Dynamics; System Thinking and Modeling for a Complex World. Boston: McGraw-Hill. Sugiyono. (2010). Metode Penelitian Kuantitatif Kualitatif dan R&D. Bandung: Alfabeta. Tran, T. N. (2014). Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure Pratices in Vietnam. Lahti University of Applied Science. Wiegel, K. (2013). The Relationship Between Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting and Financial Performance. Rotterdam: Erasmus School of Economy

    Market-Driven Management, Global Competition and Corporate Responsibility

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    The aim of the paper is to define the role of corporate responsibility in sustainable development of global firms. To be successful, global firms must be on the alert of emerging environmental trends and do their best to improve the corporate performance in line with key stakeholder expectations. In this respect, the management of corporate social responsibility highlights the criticality of the corporate intangible assets system and the need for overall assessment of corporate performance - not only financial performance but social too.Market-Driven Management; Corporate Responsibility; Corporate Social Responsibility; Intangible Assets; Global Markets

    Pengaruh Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), dan Kualitas Produk terhadap, Citra Bank dan Keputusan Menabung di BNI Syariah Kota Kediri

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    This research talked about the client decision to save on BNI Sharia in Kediri Town ofEast Java. This study was focused on bank image improvement model and Saving Decisionbased on CSR, and Product Quality. From the testing results on the model in this research,by using random sampling, structural equation model (SEM) analysis, and the assistancesoftware Amos 20, on 150 respondents, it was able to explain the relationship betweenCSR, Product Quality, and Bank Image on the Saving Decision at Bank BNI Sharia inKediri Town of East Java. In this research, it was obtained a strong influence of CSR onBank Image, amounting to 0.286, and a strong influence of the bank image on the clientsaving decision, that is of 0.780, this case showed that, with the rise of CSR, it will raisethe Bank Image, which in turn raised the Decision Saving of clients. In this research, italso obtained a strong influence of product quality on the Bank Image, amounting to 0.327,this case showed that, with good product quality, it will raise the Saving Decisions ofclients, through Bank Image. While the correlation between CSR and saving decision wasinsignificant
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