1. Articles & Papers

    The following library of our Articles & Papers include publications across a range of topics from the Conduct Costs Project.

  1. NameBanks and corporate accountability: the challenges of shareholder primacy and rise of social accounting
    Date2014-01-21 00:00:00 +0000
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    Beyond the requirements of the law, beyond compliance there is an ongoing debate as to whether banks have a greater external moral and social obligation. These obligations typically fall under the dynamic and extensive literature on corporate social responsibility (CSR). Several definitions of CSR currently exist. However, in essence, CSR examines the role of corporations in society beyond their respective regulatory requirements and the positive societal outcomes of their operations. Post the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), there have been echoing calls across the public and political spectrum for banks to sacrifice profits derived from “socially useless” exotic financial products that have little, if any, broader social benefit. These calls have triggered a powerful contemporary phenomenon termed by the author as the ‘socialization of financial markets’. The phenomenon shines a light on the rising popularity of the belief that banks must account for broader social welfare in their financial and business decisions.

    Banks and corporate accountability: the challenges of shareholder primacy and rise of social accounting

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