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Culturally Induced Corruption Prospects and Firm-Level Climate Change Risk: Evidence from UK Corporate Boards

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posted on 2024-05-29, 06:33 authored by Mushtaq Hussain KhanMushtaq Hussain Khan, Syed Abbas, Dr Asif ZamanDr Asif Zaman

This study aims to explore whether the corruption culture possibly from overseas directors on UK corporate boards translates into greater climate change-related risk for the firm. We also examine whether the association between culturally induced corruption prospects on UK corporate boards and firm-level climate change risk differs between sustainable and non-sustainable firms.

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