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The objective of this research was to examine how each dimension of corporate social responsibility (CSR) including environment, employment and community would affect financial performance measured with return on asset and company stock price of firms listed in the stock exchange of Thailand (SET). Using a sample of 61 firms varies among 8 industrial categories classified by the SET, CSR score was obtained using content analysis from the annual reports and firm financial performance was gathered from managerial reports in website of the SET during the period of 2014-2016. A multiple regression model was established to determine the relationship of. The results indicated that only CSR community dimension had statistically negative effect on return on asset while all CSR dimensions had no effect on company stock price.
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