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CSR Paradox of Chinese Enterprises’ Learning-by-exporting
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Pages: 106-117
Year: Issue:  3
Journal: Nankai Economic Studies

Keyword:  Export EnterprisesLearning-by-exportingCorporate Social Responsibility;
Abstract: By expanding learning-by-exporting theory to the field of social responsibility,this paper studies impact of Chinese enterprises’ learning-by-exporting on their CSR. Conducting a benchmark test and robustness test by using the data of China industrial enterprises,we find that the effect of learning-by-exporting is significantly negative and enterprises’ export has worsened their social responsibility. But when we run the benchmark test and robustness test from each dimension of CSR,the results show that enterprises’ export behavior have a positive impact on employees’ responsibility and government responsibility,and have a significantly negative impact on shareholders’ responsibility and environmental responsibility,and have no significant impact on creditors’ responsibility,consumers’ responsibility and suppliers’ responsibility,which reflects enterprises’ export behavior have different impact on CSR’s different dimension although the overall learningby-exporting effect is negative.
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