Analysis Of the Use Of Corporate Social Responsibility Funds On The Profitability Of Banks Listed On The IDX For The 2017-2021 Period


Rafi Hammam Musyaffa, Aldilla Iradianty

DOI: 10.5110/77. 1025                Page:   73-89                Vol: 18 Issue: 08 Year: 2023

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Banking has an important role in reducing economic inequality through CSR practices. Although initially reluctant, banks eventually became involved in CSR due to competition and the need to gain community support. CSR has a positive impact on banks’ financial performance, including ROA, ROE, and EPS, which are important indicators in evaluating a bank’s financial performance. There are different research results, some papers have the result that CSR funds have no effect on profitability, and some vice versa. To my knowledge, this CSR research uses two banks, which no one has used in previous studies. Data analysis was performed using multiple linear regression and hypothesis testing using t-statistical and F-statistical testing techniques to be analyzed using SPSS applications. From the results obtained, there are results which indicate that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) funds have a significant effect on ROA, ROE and EPS. The conclusion that can be drawn is that the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Budget has a significant effect on Profitability with variables ROA, ROE and EPS in Banks listed on the IDX for the period 2017 – 2021.


Earning Per Share (EPS),Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Profitabilitas , Return on Asset (ROA), Return on Equity (ROE)

Received: 07  October  2023

Accepted: 17  October  2023

Published: 28 October  2023