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SCOPUS 학술저널

Determinants of Corporate Social Responsibility Provision

The United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDG) has become a goal to create a sustainable life. The MDGs’ target was to be achieved in 2015, but it missed that date. The MDGs’ target has turned into a Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be achieved by 2030 The SDGs require financial support from companies. Funds are one of the resources to implement the SDGs. Government and private companies need to cooperate in achieving the SDGs target. The company has a responsibility to implement corporate social responsibility. The company’s corporate social responsibility is part of the implementation of sustainable development in the SDGs. One of the essential industries that have responsibility for SDGs is the financial industry. This study aims to examine the determinant of corporate social responsibility funds in financial institutions in ASEAN countries. This study uses panel data to test the determinant variables on CSF provision. This study uses 45 sustainable development reports from 2015-2019. The total number of banks in the sample came from three countries, namely, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. This study concludes that firm size, profitability, efficiency, and the age of the CEO are variables that influence the size of corporate social responsibility funds.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review and Research Hypotheses

3. Results and Discussion

4. Conclusion

References

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