By Andrew Norris Friday, December 30, 2011
Academics have spent decades studying in great detail whether responsible companies are also more proﬁtable companies, and three decades of evidence suggest that 'betterness' yields greater equity returns, asset returns, and proﬁtability.
Researchers found that responsibility was signiﬁcantly positively correlated with ﬁnancial performance: “corporate virtue,” in their words, “is likely to pay off.”
(READ the story in Co.Exist)
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