Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal: Volume 4 Issue 2


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Environmental regulation, sustainability and risk

J. Campbell Gemmell, E. Marian Scott

This paper aims to provide an overview of environmental regulation and recent trends and developments in this area, rooted in the practical regulatory implementation…

Organisational metaphors and sustainable development: enabling or inhibiting?

Nick Barter, Sally Russell

In this paper the authors aim to examine the dominance of machine and organism metaphors in organisational studies. They argue that these metaphors impede progress towards…

Does family status impact US firms' sustainability reporting?

Venkataraman Iyer, Ayalew Lulseged

The primary purpose of this study is to investigate the association between the family status and corporate social responsibility disclosure (sustainability reporting) of…

Corporate social responsibility and profitability: trade‐off or synergy: Perceptions of executives of FTSE All‐Share companies

Daria Varenova, Martin Samy, Alan Combs

An abundance of academic studies have been devoted to the investigation of corporate social responsibilities, and although the business world seems to have accepted the…

ESG reporting – class actions, deterrence, and avoidance

Daniel Murphy, Dianne McGrath

The purpose of this paper is to expand our understanding of the motivations for corporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting.

Energy for Life – an evidence‐based approach to corporate citizenship

Lauren Solomon, Tim Nelson

With the objective of developing an evidence‐based corporate responsibility program aligned to core business functions, this article aims to outline the review process…

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