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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the extent to which sustainability reporting can be viewed as a simulacrum used to camouflage real sustainable‐development problems and project an idealized view of the firms' situations. Design/methodology/approach – The method was based on the...
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to provide evidence on the category, quantity and quality of voluntary employee‐related information Australian listed companies disclose in their annual report. An explanation is also sought to determine whether companies adopt employee‐related disclosures...
Purpose – The study seeks to add to the understanding of the diffusion and decline of environmental reporting practices. Design/methodology/approach – Semi‐structured interviews and municipal water utility publications are analysed to identify factors which have influenced the diffusion and...
Purpose – This study aims to explore how Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed companies manage their statutory continuous disclosure (CD) obligations. Design/methodology/approach – Employing aspects of Gibbins et al. 's corporate financial disclosure framework, this study conducts...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present a critical review of the contributions of multiple theories to accounting and organizational research, which is often referred to as “theoretical triangulation” or “theoretical pluralism”, with a particular focus on the manner in which chosen...
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