The David Lam Management Research Library and the UBC Okanagan Library have jointly purchased access to a series of corporate and accounting data for publicly listed companies in China.

The China Stock Market & Accounting Research Database provides data on the China stock markets and the financial statements of China’s listed companies. Newly added data sets include: Corporate Governance, IPO and shareholder research data.

Access to some of the CSMAR datab is also available to UBC graduate students and faculty researchers via Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS):
Financial Statements (Quarterly, interim, and annual)
Stock Market Trading (Daily and monthly, return, shares outstanding)
Closed-end Fund and Open-end Fund (NAV, fund holders)

The Clean Capitalism Report 2010 is now available for UBC researchers interested in Canadian corporate social responsibility to explore in both online and print form.

This important 150 page report on environmental, social and governance practices of Canada’s largest companies is based on the results of a quantitative research project conducted by Corporate Knights and the Delphi Group for the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business Corporate Responsibility Ranking

Each company on the S&P/TSX 60 is analyzed against four environmental, three governance and five social indicators.  The resulting company analysis provides a brief outline of the company’s business, its major sustainability priorities, and shows how it has performed across these twelve indicators.  The report also includes a sector by sector analysis, identifying trends, major issues and impacts, best practices, and areas for improvement.

Please click here for more information on the report and click here to access the report immediately.  To read the online version, please click on the orange Online Access button on the right.  

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