CSRHub Research

CSRHub Research

Periodically, CSRHub publishes new research regarding sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Most of the research is conducted by CSRHub Co-fouder and CEO, Bahar Gidwani and many times, in collaboration with industry leading partners.

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Drucker Institute 2021 Management Top 250 Rankings Includes CSRHub Metrics
Each year the Drucker Institute ranks America’s Top 250 ‘best run companies’, presented in special coverage from The Wall Street Journal. CSRHub is proud to say that, for a fifth consecutive year, our ESG data is included in Drucker’s ratings’ methodology. ...
Jan 13, 2022 10:40 AM ET
You Make ESG Dreams Come True
As previously seen on Skytop Strategies and published with permission. Many of us in the ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) space, have dreamed of the day when governments would start to set rules about sustainability reporting. We have hoped to see more pressure on companies to fully and consistently tell their...
Dec 21, 2021 1:35 PM ET
NGOs Get Their Say on ESG Performance
We recently added a new source into CSRHub’s consensus ESG ratings. It is SIGWATCH, a UK-based group that observes how environmental, human and animal rights, and consumer activists are driving current and emerging issues and their impact on individual corporations and brands. This source touches more than 4,000 of the companies CSRHub...
Oct 27, 2021 11:30 AM ET
UNPRI Delays Its Assessment Plan - A Sign of Things to Come?
As previously seen on Skytop and published with permission. On August 2, UNPRI (The United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment) announced that it was delaying the rollout of its assessment plan.  You can read the announcement ...
Oct 18, 2021 9:00 AM ET
CSRHub Data Used for COVID-19 Research and Analysis
CSRHub data was used as a major resource for a recent academic paper. The study examines the effect of Covid-19 on the U.S. tourism and hospitality industry, and the impact CSR practices have on firms' success responding to Covid-19. The journal article, ...
Sep 30, 2021 11:50 AM ET

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