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date: 25 October 2020

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This chapter is concerned with the latest empirical and theoretical studies about the corporate governance–corporate social responsibility relationship. It notes that the academic literatures on both topics are slightly displaced, and reviews some related literature on this relationship. It concludes that there is no available theoretical and empirical consensus on the corporate governance–corporate social responsibility relationship, and that there is hardly any literature that has major practical significance to policymakers or managers. The chapter also includes a guide for additional research on the topic.

Keywords: corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, academic literatures, consensus, practical significance

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