A new academic study pours cold water on the notion that companies that promote their social responsibility efforts are any better at paying their taxes than regular corporations.
The researchers looked at companies like the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, which scored high on ratings of corporate social responsibility, or CSR, but recently unveiled plans to acquire Allergan and move its corporate tax address to low-tax Ireland.
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