Chapter 12. Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting

The debate about CSR, the responsibility that businesses have to their workers, and to the communities and environments in which they operate, is as old as business itself. Recently this debate has been reinvigorated through the advent of CSR reporting, which is the modern model for ethical business protocol.

Although it is still in its emergent phase, CSR reporting is something that most businesses will need to do soon. This is especially true as consumers and stakeholders increasingly demand action on climate change and seek transparency after the fallout from the 2008 economic crisis. I believe that this will result in more pressure on business leaders to perform CSR reporting just as the ...

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