Economics and Business
ISSN 2775-9237 (Online)
Published: 30 June 2019
The Effect of CSR, Tax Avoidance, and Information Asymmetry Issues on Corporate Reputation
Agus Arianto Toly, Stefanus Ronald, Victor Hartanto, Stevie Ferdinand
Petra Christian University, Indonesia
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Keywords: CSR, Tax Avoidance, Information Asymmetry. Corporate Reputation
The purpose of this study was to determine whether corporate social responsibility has an effect on corporate reputation with information asymmetry and tax avoidance as moderating variables, for companies listed on the Stock Exchange for the period 2014-2017. In this study, using descriptive statistical data analysis techniques, classical assumption test, normality test, multicolloniearity test, heteroscedasticity test, and autocorrelation test. While hypothesis testing uses multiple linear regression, F test, and determinant coefficient test. The research sample is disclosure of corporate social responsibility through financial reports or sustainability reports in the 2014-2017 period.
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