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|Title:||Reputation Management in CSR reports - mapping theoretical perspectives|
|Publication type:||conference paper, other|
|Keywords:||Corporate social disclosure, reputation management, external pressure|
|Abstract:||From a societal point of view environmental accounting can fill the role of information- provider in the struggle for sustainability. On the one hand, CSR reporting is used by companies to account for their social and environmental responsibility. On the other hand, CSR reporting is used by companies to manage their reputation. The purpose of this study is to make a theoretical overview of what theories are used for explaining how companies’ respond to external pressure by using CSR reporting as... more|
|Relation:||Financial reporting and Business communication, 15th annual conference, Bristol|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Paper|
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