SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACCOUNTING AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REPORTING

Authors

  • Dharmendra Chavda
  • Maitreya Acharya

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55829/ijmpr.v1i4.76

Keywords:

Social Accounting, Human resource contribution, Foreign Exchange, Multi Perspective

Abstract

The word social responsibility means to help the society in every manner as well as social accounting is attracting the attention of many industrialists today as a result of industrial growth & economic prosperity of many nations. If an organization has to function effectively and survive, it has to be accountable to the public at a large. Many Indian companies have given “value added statement” and sustainability reports in their annual reports in place of social reporting.

Social accounting is a method by which a firm seeks to place a value on the impact on society of its operations. The effect on society of the packaging it produced share holders, mandatory social disclosure requirement and management’s motivation to improve the firm image more and more corporations of developed countries.

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Published

15-10-2022

How to Cite

Chavda, D., & Acharya, M. (2022). SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACCOUNTING AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REPORTING. International Journal of Management, Public Policy and Research, 1(4), 18–20. https://doi.org/10.55829/ijmpr.v1i4.76

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