管理评论 ›› 2020, Vol. 32 ›› Issue (10): 229-244.

• 组织行为与人力资源管理 • 上一篇    

国有企业董事长的自恋性与企业社会责任研究

靳小翠1, 郑宝红2   

  1. 1. 河南理工大学财经学院, 焦作 454000;
    2. 合肥工业大学管理学院, 合肥 230009
  • 收稿日期:2019-03-15 发布日期:2020-11-07
  • 作者简介:靳小翠,河南理工大学财经学院副教授,博士;郑宝红,合肥工业大学管理学院讲师,博士。
  • 基金资助:
    河南省高校基本科研业务费专项资金项目(SKJZD2020-05)。

Narcissistic Chairmen of State-owned Enterprises and Corporate Social Responsibility

Jin Xiaocui1, Zheng Baohong2   

  1. 1. School of Finance and Economics, Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo 454000;
    2. School of Management, Hefei University of Technology, Hefei 230009
  • Received:2019-03-15 Published:2020-11-07

摘要: 本文基于自恋这种心理特质,运用行为一致性理论和委托代理理论,以中国2013—2017年沪市国有上市公司为研究样本,研究国有企业董事长的自恋性对企业社会责任的影响、可能产生的“过度”社会责任问题,以及自恋型董事长领导下企业“过度”社会责任对企业绩效的影响。在此基础上进一步研究董事长与总经理的权力距离对企业“过度”社会责任的调节作用。研究结果表明,董事长的自恋性特征会促使企业承担社会责任,自恋型董事长基于自身利益考虑会导致企业“过度”承担社会责任,这样的社会责任活动会损害企业的绩效,对自恋型董事长在企业中的权力进行约束可以缓解“过度”社会责任问题。本文从管理者心理特质角度研究企业社会责任问题,扩展了当前企业社会责任研究的框架,丰富和发展了企业社会责任研究的内容,并为现实中管理者的选拔、治理管理者机会主义提供了新的思路。

关键词: 董事长, 自恋, 企业社会责任, 国有企业

Abstract: Based on the psychological characteristics of managers, using behavioral consistency theory, and choosing Chinese companies' data listed in SSE board from 2013 to 2017, this paper studies deeply the influence of narcissistic chairmen of state-owned enterprises on corporate social responsibility, the problem of potentially excessive social responsibility, and the influence of this behavior on corporate performance. On the basis of this, the paper further studies the mediating role that the power distance between chairmen and CEOs plays in excessive corporate social responsibility. The conclusions show that enterprises under the leadership of narcissistic chairmen will assume more social responsibilities. However, because of the agency problem of state-owned enterprises, narcissistic board chairmen are more likely to take excessive social responsibility for the sake of their own interest. This problem is negative for corporate performance, especially when the chairman has more power in his company. This paper examines the relationships between managers and CSR from the perspective of managerial psychological characteristics, which breaks through the current framework of CSR research, enriches the contents of CSR research, and provides evidences for manager selection and opportunistic governance in reality.

Key words: chairmen, narcissism, corporate social responsibility, state-owned enterprises