Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Corporate Social Responsibility


Corporate Social Responsibility – The Reflex of Science and Sustainability

Satbir Yadav; Dr. Sunil Bhudhiraja; Dr. Manish Gupta

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6222-6233

Science, which is termed as the mother of development, has served the society since its inception but has simultaneously harmed the humanity. Sustainability science (SS) is the by-product of this realization whereas corporate social responsibility (CSR) is modern manifestation to off-set the effects (harmful) handed over by developmental race of society. The corporate, in this age of globalization, as a business entity has been effectively instrumental and successful as employment generator, wealth creator, equity distributor, and environment protector and thus, attained the status of a champion or one of the leading actors for sustainable development. CSR plays a pivotal role in achievement of sustainable development (SD) when applied as a business strategy and paves the way for business to act as economy builder, society harmonizer and protector of the environment. Through this paper, an effort is made to draw a conceptual framework interlinking different dimensions of sustainability science,sustainable development and corporate social responsibility. It is more of viewpoint or a thought paper than the research one as it draws heavily from researchers’ experience on constructs covered but in its unique way, conveys theinter-connects to comprehend the gigantic problem and suggest an apt & time-tested and applied, that is, the practical solution.

The Influence Of Dividend In Sustaining Corporate Governance And Corporate Social Responsibility On Shariah Compliance Companies Performance

A. Rahayati; S. Roshima; A. Syahiza; A.M.Farah Nadirah; A.H. Nurul Shahariza

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 355-370

This paper aims to examine the influence of dividend in sustaining Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility on Shariah Compliance Companies Performance. Times series cross-sectional data, also known as panel data were employed. Both the direct effect as well as the moderating effect of dividend with Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibilities toward Shariah Compliant Companies performance were analysed by Ordinary Least Square (OLS) with Panel Corrected Standard Error (PCSES) model. The findings of this study will contribute to the knowledge to public, shareholders, stakeholders, standard rulers such as Securities Commission & Bursa Malaysia especially the shariah compliance companies on the effect of dividend payout as a motivational tool to improve the company performance especially when company sustained a good corporate governance and corporate social responsibility.