Exerting Effective Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosures In Nigerian Capital Market: The Role
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Exerting Effective Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosures In Nigerian Capital Market: The Role Of Firm Ownership Structures
The purpose of this study was to enhance knowledge of the influences exerted by the ownership dichotomy on the amount of corporate social responsibility disclosures in Nigerian capital market. The sampled data are that of non-financial firms from the Nigerian capital market from 2000 to 2015 whose reporting are deemed to be completed within the financial years stated with the required CSR disclosures. The disclosure panel data contents used are that of environment, community and employees which significantly has bearing on the reporting entity participating in the Nigeria capital market. The findings of the content panel data demonstrateDownloadViews: 6

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