Don’t judge a book by its cover! comparative study of the adaptation and evolution of csr reporting by telecommunication companies in Brazil and South Korea

H. Shin, Adrian Zicari

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Abstract

This study has three major values. First, it explains the two different levels of the adaptation and evolution process of CSR reporting by bringing a dynamic cross-fertilization view. Second, it provides a qualitative study that focuses on the content of CSR disclosures instead of the quantity of those disclosures. Lastly, it contributes to the academic and practical research on CSR in late-capitalist countries and in two under-researched types of political economies.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)135-171
Number of pages37
JournalAdvances in Environmental Accounting & Management
Volume7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Apr 2018

Keywords

  • adaption
  • CSR reporting

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