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Can Sponsorship deliver Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? Examining internal and external perceptions of sponsors' CSR [ 2009-10-26 - 2013-12-31 ]

Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP0991848]

Researchers: Dr Carolin Plewa (Chief Investigator) ,  Prof Pascale Quester (Chief Investigator)

Brief description Can Sponsorship deliver Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? Examining internal and external perceptions of sponsors' CSR. This study examines whether and how sponsorship can be effective when supporting community-based activities. As the cost of large scale events continues to escalate, defining a value proposition to appeal to local sponsors may help smaller clubs and non-profit organisations to survive or even thrive. For small and medium size businesses, leveraging the sponsoring of community-based organisations via Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) may be effective in gaining a competitive advantage against larger competitors. This study can assist in the quantification of such CSR sponsorship benefits, in times of increased social and economic accountability and uncertain economic growth.

Funding Amount $156,840

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