Linkages between corporate social responsibility and sustainability in manufacturing organisations: An empirical study

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2020-06-30

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27th EurOMA annual conference

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Conference

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Yes

Abstract

This study aims at exploring the interrelationships between sustainability factors (commitment and motivators) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) factors (commitment and motivators) and how they affect each other in manufacturing organisations. Data were collected using a survey from 47 food manufacturing organisations in Palestine and were analysed using the PLSSEM modeling technique. The results suggest there are strong linkages between CSR factors (commitment and motivators) and sustainability factors (commitment and motivators). The CSR commitment factors have the strongest relationship with CSR motivators and sustainability motivators, which indicate that corporate commitment to CSR positively influences the level of corporate sustainable performance.

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Corporate social responsibility, Sustainability, interrelationship

Citation

Jaaron, A.A.M. and Mallah, M.F. (2020) Linkages between corporate social responsibility and sustainability in manufacturing organisations: An empirical study. In: Proceedings of the 27th EurOMA annual conference, University of Warwick, England, June 2020. Warwick: EurOMA, pp.1155-1164.

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Centre for Enterprise and Innovation (CEI)