Socially responsible restructuring and firm's performance: evidence from Chinese enterprises
Zu, Liangrong (2007) Socially responsible restructuring and firm's performance: evidence from Chinese enterprises. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
This study empirically explores the phenomena of corporate social responsibility (CSR), corporate restructuring and their relationships with firm's performance in the context of economic reform in China from three main perspectives: the study begins with investigating how Chinese managers perceive CSR, to what extent, managers' attitudes influence their behaviours in restructuring, whether those who are more in faviour of CSR may engage in more socially responsible restructuring; then the study examines the relationship between socially responsible restructuring and firm's financial performance, and the study also analyzes a case study of enterprise restructuring in China defence industy.
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