Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal: Volume 6 Issue 4


Accounting and Finance

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Corporate social responsibility disclosure in Chinese railway companies: Corporate response after a major train accident

Carlos Noronha, Tiffany Cheng Han Leung, On Ieng Lei

The purpose of this paper is to focus on the corporate response of Chinese railway companies after the deadly Wenzhou train accident in China which happened on July 23…

The Indonesian Government’s coercive pressure on labour disclosures: Conflicting interests or government ambivalence?

Fitra Roman Cahaya, Stacey Porter, Greg Tower, Alistair Brown

– This paper aims to focus on corporate social responsibility and workplace well-being by examining Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX)-listed companies’ labour disclosures.

The fit of the social responsibility standard ISO 26000 within other CSR instruments: Redundant or complementary?

Anna Zinenko, Maria Rosa Rovira, Ivan Montiel

The aim of this paper is to discuss how ISO 26000 fits within two predominant corporate social responsibility (CSR) instruments, GRI and UNGC. The past two decades have…

The corporate reporting landscape: a market for virtue or the virtue of marketization?

Delphine Gibassier

The purpose of this paper is to further elaborate on the topic of standardization bodies and standards “wars” within the “market for virtue” (Vogel, 2005). This paper is a…

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