Web-Based Integrated CSR Reporting: An Empirical Analysis
Keywords:Integrated CSR, Sustainability, Web-Based Reporting, Stakeholder Dialogue, Non-Financial Information, Content Analysis, Disclosure Index, Global Markets
Nowadays, corporate success depends on the ability to integrate social and environmental concerns into business operations and strategies. Transparency is also fundamental to an effective interaction with a variety of stakeholders, especially for companies operating in global markets. The Internet can significantly contribute to the widespread dissemination of complete and timely information on a company’s activities and performance. Combining theoretical and empirical research, this article focuses on web-based integrated CSR reporting and presents an empirical investigation whose results emphasise the necessity to improve online communication on sustainability matters, including in CSR-oriented companies.
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