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KCI등재 학술저널

Corporate Social Responsibility and Its Impact on the igerian Consumer Behavior

Purpose: This research explores the relationship between Nigerian consumer perception towards corporate social responsibility (CSR) and its influence on their buying behavior. Research design, data, and methodology: In order to achieve this, a structured three-part questionnaire was developed and distributed to 400 respondents to gather relevant information. The respondents were randomly selected from Lagos and Adamawa, Nigeria. Only 222 questionnaires. were completed and data was later analyzed using administering descriptive and inferential statistics. Results: a) Nigerian consumers have adequate knowledge about CSR; b) Nigerian consumers’ awareness of socially responsible practices largely influences their purchasing decisions; c) Nigerian consumers’ perceptions of the traditions of socially accountable actions influence their buying behavior. Conclusion: Although the research was targeted at the urban areas of Lagos and Jimeta/Yola in Nigeria, the findings indicate Nigerian consumers generally have a positive perception of CSR. The research offers invaluable contribution to the Nigerian corporates based on which they can reassess their existing CSR policies for better positioning of their company and their products.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Research Methodology

4. Analysis and Findings

5. Managerial Implications

6. Conclusions and Scope for Further Research

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