By Martin Freedman, Bikki Jaggi
The accounting career, in particular within the US, has misplaced credibility and this has critical implications for environmental reporting. As a few papers during this quantity attest, the quantity of environmental reporting has elevated within the interval from the 1980s-mid Nineteen Nineties. even if, the worth of these disclosures is open to severe query. The study for many of the papers during this quantity used to be accomplished sooner than the Enron scandal, however the findings point out a necessity to reconsider what's mentioned in regards to the firm's dating to the actual surroundings.
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Advances in Environmental Accounting and Management, Volume 2 (Advances in Environmental Accounting & Management) (Advances in Environmental Accounting & Management) by Martin Freedman, Bikki Jaggi