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Author (up) Lo, S.-F. doi  openurl
  Title Performance evaluation for sustainable business: a profitability and marketability framework Type
  Year 2009 Publication Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume [2009] Issue Pages  
  Keywords sustainable development; shareholder engagement; performance evaluation; efficiency; investment; Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA )  
  Abstract Corporate sustainability is defined as the integration of financial benefit, environmental protection, and social responsibility into business operations and management. However, there is little evidence depicting the relationship between corporate sustainability and operating performance, and it is also doubtful whether investors in the stock market value corporate sustainable strategies. This study therefore seeks to evaluate the performance of sustainable firms through the perspectives of exploring realistic issues as well as providing supporting evidence. A two-stage performance evaluation is adopted to evaluate the sustainable firms’ profitability and marketability efficiency in comparison with other firms. Copyright © 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd and ERP Environment.  
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  Call Number Admin @ admin @ Lo2009 Serial 4567  
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