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Corporate social responsibility and firm performance: Green supply chain management as a mediating variable

Maya Novitasari, Anggita Langgeng Wijaya, Nindya Mariana Agustin, Ardi Gunardi and Leo‐Paul Dana

Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 2023, vol. 30, issue 1, 267-276

Abstract: The objective of this study is to test the impact between corporate social responsibility and firm performance using green supply chain management as mediation. The type of this study is quantitative research, using purposive method sampling with 211 PROPER corporates listed in the 2015–2019 period. The study data were obtained from the Indonesia Stock exchange market. The study resulted in an indication of the positive effect of corporate social responsibility implementation on green supply chain management, the firm performance benefits positively from green supply chain management, corporate social responsibility has a positive effect on firm performance and green supply chain management can be a mediating variable between corporate social responsibility and firm performance. Corporates in Indonesia are faced with pressure from stakeholders regarding their environmental impact. This could push the application of corporate social responsibility and green supply chain management in Indonesian corporates to increase their firm performance.

Date: 2023
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