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October 31, 2013

Why report of CSR activities? This article summarizes key research findings on the business benefits of CSR reporting. 

NBS
Reports and Articles
January 26, 2015

Ten Chilean companies gathered in August 2014 to discuss, question, identify, and prioritize sustainability challenges.

NBS
Reports and Articles
April 28, 2015

To demystify the term "social economy," NBS interviewed managers at Insertech and TOHU based in Montreal, Quebec.

REDD
Research Insight
May 24, 2012

Innovation is a key factor in a company’s long-term success, regardless of its size. However, until now, research about the relationship between innovation...

NBS
Reports and Articles
January 25, 2016

Environmentally risky firms must pay higher interest rates to banks and higher returns to shareholders.

Lauren Turner
Research Insight
August 27, 2010

When done strategically, investments in social and environmental activities can reduce market risk by stabilizing the volatility of your firm's stock price.

Mitchell Praw
Research Insight
March 30, 2012

Firms with troubled CSR reputations suffer lower stock prices in a scandal than CSR-strong companies that properly disclose their misdemeanours.

Bushra Tobah
Case Study
June 8, 2015

Learn how Frontiers North Adventures, a Canadian travel company, identified the risks and looked for opportunities in the face of climate change.

NBS
Reports and Articles
January 4, 2013

Explore 2012’s most popular Thought Leader posts.

NBS
Reports and Articles
May 23, 2018

Building on local values can transform entrepreneurship. Efforts in the Global South have lessons for the West.

Research Insight
July 6, 2010

Corporate social responsibility and philanthropy can payoff for a firm - but only at very low or very high levels.

Joyce Shang
Research Insight
May 24, 2013

Companies that consistently treat customers, employees, and other stakeholder groups well perform better financially than those that play favourites.

Lauren Turner
Research Insight
July 16, 2010

Firms that appear environmentally responsible experience lower stock market risk. This study offers firms a clear motivation for acting responsibly.

Tima Bansal
Reports and Articles
April 15, 2014

Sustainability frameworks are useful tools, but can be a challenge to navigate. This guide helps small producing mining companies navigate them.

Lindsay McIvor
Research Insight
October 20, 2014

Research demonstrates that it can be more valuable to send infrequent, loaded reports to investors.

Kevin Hurren
Research Insight
May 11, 2012

Your firm can't buy its way out of a soured reputation with philanthropy alone, but building a culture of good corporate citizenship might do the trick.

Kristin Neudorf
Reports and Articles
October 31, 2013

Companies in retail and financial services saw increases of $6 in sales for every $1 donated through corporate charity.

Lauren Turner
Research Insight
December 7, 2012

How perceptions of environmental risk influence your company's stakeholders – and what that means for your stock price.

NBS
Research Insight
May 12, 2010

Firm financial performance as a result of CSR activities can be difficult to measure: its value may lie in intangible assets like employee engagement.

Lauren Rakowski
Research Insight
July 27, 2010

The authors apply a stakeholder management lens to the recurring question: why do some firms have higher financial performance than others? Researchers...

Pam Laughland