Does CSR Improve Organization Financial Performance? Evidence from Nigeria Using Triangulation Analysis
Muritala, Taiwo Adewale
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The study examines the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) on organizational financial performance of some selected banks in Nigeria using time series of annual data of ten banks over the period of 1990 to 2010. Pearson Correlation coefficient was used to analyse the correlation that exist between CSR and organization performance while collected data were regressed using Ordinary Least Square technique. Findings indicate a positive relationship between CSR cost and Profit after Tax (PAT). The study therefore recommends that top management in an organization must ensure prudence in its spending and get committed to any social activity it wants to embark upon and allow the members of the public to associate such an activity or activities.
- 2013 fascicula1 nr3