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This paper examines the effect of family control on corporate social responsibility (CSR) in French-listed companies. Based on quantile regressions, our results show that family identity and involvement in capital and management positively influence CSR performance, particularly for low-CSR firms. These findings support the socio-emotional perspective of family firms.
LAKHAL Father - EMLV |
Laure Bertrand, teacher-researcher and Director of Soft Skills and Transversal Pedagogical Services at EMLV, talks about the key success factors of transversal work.
BERTRAND Laure - EMLV |
Bastien Nivet, Research Professor in Geopolitics and Political Science at EMLV (Ecole de Management Léonard de Vinci), talks about the importance for managers to have a European and geopolitical culture.
NIVET Bastien - EMLV |

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Cet article examine l’effet du contrôle familial sur la responsabilité sociale des entreprises (RSE) sur un échantillon de sociétés cotées en France. Suivant la perspective socio-émotionnelle et sur la base de régressions quantiles, nos résultats montrent que l’identité familiale et l’implication de la famille dans le capital et la gestion influencent positivement la performance RSE, en particulier pour les entreprises à faible engagement RSE.
Xerfi Canal welcomed Laure Bertrand, teacher-researcher and Director of Soft Skills and Transversal Pedagogical Services at EMLV, to talk about the key success factors of transversal work.
BERTRAND Laure - EMLV |
Xerfi Canal received Bastien Nivet, Research Professor in Geopolitics & Political Science at EMLV (Ecole de Management Léonard de Vinci), to talk about the importance for managers to have a European and geopolitical culture.
NIVET Bastien - EMLV |
This paper examines the effect of family control on corporate social responsibility (CSR) in French-listed companies. Based on quantile regressions, our results show that family identity and involvement in capital and management positively influence CSR performance, particularly for low-CSR firms.