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PurposeWater is critical to all life on Earth and a crucial business resource which evidence suggests is often mismanaged. Corporate water accounting is an emerging practice designed to help corporations address water issues. Indirect water management in supply chains is important, but hitherto...
PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to explore corporate social and environmental reporting (CSER) practices and motivations in Bangladesh.Design/methodology/approachUsing a mixed-methods approach, the paper attempts to understand what corporate social and environmental issues Bangladeshi firms...
PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to understand conflicts in sustainability reporting (SR) preparation.Design/methodology/approachIn the preparation of SRs, the logic of financial rationality is often assumed to take precedence over the logic of sustainability. Based on an explorative...
PurposeThis paper aims to inquire about the types of measurements used by international university rankings and their connection to the higher education institutions’ (HEIs) third mission activities, namely, the contribution to society.Design/methodology/approachThe paper is based on a review of...
PurposeThis paper aims to examine how the Master of Business Administration (MBA) curricula of top-ranked business schools are offering stand-alone courses on ethics and corporate social responsibility (CSR). To provide additional evidence, this study tests some hypotheses to contrast the effect...
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