Does Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting Lead to Less Speculative Trading?

  •  Richard P. Gregory    


I compare speculative bubble formation between a group of corporations in the S&P 500 that score high on corporate social responsibility versus the S&P 500 as a whole. I find that a portfolio of highly ranked CSR firms have a smaller sample likelihood of exhibit speculative bubbles.

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