publication . Thesis . Other literature type . 2017

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Low, Yik Pui;
  • Published: 21 Feb 2017
Motivated by the recent increase in corporate political spending and the Supreme Court’s decision in allowing firms to freely use their treasury funds for political purposes (Citizens United v Federal Election Commission, 2010), this study examines the impact of corporate political activity (CPA) on its decision making. CPA is defined as the firm’s total annual lobbying expenses arising from the engagement of internal and external lobbyists while corporate decision making is measured in terms of: (1) firm risk exposure, measured as the standard deviation of firm returns (SDROA), research and development (RD), capital expenditure (CAPEX) and growth (GROWTH); (2) ...
free text keywords: Uncategorized, social norm, monash:173229, thesis(doctorate), firm risk taking, corporate lobbying, religion, corporate culture, ethesis-20161027-032746, 1959.1/1283350, restricted access and full embargo, 2016, corporate decision making
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