By using the large sample having the 9658 observations, this study investigates the impact of the CEO's
cultural background on the community-related CSR activities. From the empirical analysis, it is found that
different cultural dimensions affected differently. Individualistic and masculine CEOs are positively and significantly
related to community-related CSR activities. It is also found that uncertainty avoidance is negatively and significantly
related to community-related CSR activities. This study has used the data from the year 2002 to 2015 and employed a pooled
regression technique to find the empirical results. This is the first study in its nature and provides a direction for future
1-Muhammad Naeem Faculty of Management Sciences, Foundation University Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Naeem Ullah Faculty of Management Sciences, Foundation University Islamabad, Pakistan.3-Nida Aman Department of Management Studies, Bahria University, Islamabad Campus, Pakistan.
Chief Executive Officer, Corporate Social Responsibility, Culture