Miho Murashima, PhD, is an assistant professor at the College of Business, Rikkyo University, Japan. Before joining the college, she was engaged in her research work at Regional and Inter-Regional Studies, Waseda University, Japan. Her current research investigates the relationship between a firm’s CSR-related performance and firm value using the econometrical method. With her doctoral degree in International Studies from Waseda University as well as master’s degree in Public Administration, majoring in Economic Policy Management from Columbia University, New York City, USA, her research spans a wide range of economic and business problems, including development economics and social responsibility.

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