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Voluntary Information Companies Offer About Their CSR Activities

It has become increasingly common for consumers and investors alike to be interested in the CSR activities of corporations. This has in turn given rise to different scoring systems to be able to understand the environmental, social, and corporate governance practices and impact of companies on the world around them.

But that’s not easy to ascertain. Researchers at Chicago Booth’s Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation found a pattern in the information companies voluntarily disclose regarding their CSR activities.

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