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Compendium of the results of 95 empirical studies on the relationship between financial performance and social performance of corporations. Most of the book (122 pages) is devoted to bar charts and tables describing the 95 studies and to a tabulation of the characteristics of each one of them. Unfortunately there is almost no discussion of the results and the implications for corporate behavior (13 pages at one and a half spaces). This should be of interest to researchers in the area looking for a description of the studies carried so far, but of little use to practitioners that are searching for answers beyond those usually provided by the two handed economist: "on the one hand...........but on the other hand..". In this sense, the title is missleading, as it makes you think that an answer will be provided, or at least, if one is not available, that the issues will be discussed.
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