دانلود مقاله ترجمه شده تصویری جامع از مسئولیت پذیری اجتماعی شرکت ها – مجله الزویر

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عنوان فارسی مقاله: تهیه گزارشی از مسئولیت پذیری اجتماعی شرکت ها: تصویری جامع؟
عنوان انگلیسی مقاله: Corporate social responsibility reporting: A comprehensive picture
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سال انتشار  ۲۰۱۱
تعداد صفحات مقاله انگلیسی  ۱۸ صفحه با فرمت pdf
رشته های مرتبط با این مقاله  حسابداری، اقتصاد، مدیریت و حقوق
گرایش های مرتبط با این مقاله  حسابداری مدیریت، مدیریت دولتی، مدیریت بازرگانی، مدیریت مالی، تشکیلات و روش‌ها، علوم اقتصادی و مالی دولتی
مجله  انجمن حسابداری (Accounting Forum)
دانشگاه  دانشگاه گنت، دپارتمان حسابداری و امور مالی شرکت، گنت، بلژیک
کلمات کلیدی  مسئولیت پذیری، تهیه گزارش جامعه، تحلیل محتوا، مسئولیت پذیری اجتماعی شرکت ، افشا، ابتکار تهیه گزارش جهانی
شناسه شاپا یا ISSN ISSN ۰۱۵۵-۹۹۸۲
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نشریه Elsevier

 

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فهرست مطالب:

 

 چکیده
۱ مقدمه
۲ بررسی منابع
۳ روش تحقیق
۱ ۳ نمونه
۳ ۲ فنون تحلیل محتوا
۳ ۲ ۱ ساختار کد گذاری
۳ ۲ ۲ محتوا: GRI به عنوان مرجع
۳ ۲ ۳ انواع اطلاعات
۳ ۲ ۴ قابلیت اطمینان
۳ ۲ ۵ قابلیت اطمینان برنامه نویسی
۳ ۲ ۶ شناسایی و کمی سازی افشای اطلاعاتیCSR
۴ نتایج
۴ ۱ سطح گزارش جامع CSR
۴ ۲ عملیات مربوط به تهیه گزارشات جامع و ایتم های مختلف CSR
۴ ۳ قابلیت تحلیل محتوا در پاسخ به طیف وسیعی از سوالات پژوهشی
۵ محدودیت ها و تحقیقات آینده
۶ نتیجه بحث


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این مطالعه قالب کاری تحلیل محتوایی را انجام می دهد که می تواند اطلاعاتی در خصوص جامعیت تهیه گزارش مسئولیت پذیری اجتماعی شرکت ها(CSR) که بعد مهمی از مسئولیت پذیری اجتماعی و زیست محیطی است در اختیار بگذارد. تهیه گزارش جامع، همان طور که در این جا تعریف شده است، مستلزم سه نوع اطلاعات برای هر یک از ایتم های CSR است: ۱- چشم انداز ها و اهداف، ۲- رویکرد مدیریتی، و ۳ شاخص های عملکردی. قابلیت این قالب کاری در ارزیابی جامعیت تهیه گزارش CSR با استفاده از گزارشات سالانه ۲۰۰۵ از نمونه ای از کمپانی های بلژیکی اثبات شد. تحلیل محتوا سطوح پایینی از تهیه گزارش جامع را نشان می دهد. این یافته ها با یافته های مطالعات قبلی در خصوص جامعیت گزارش های CSR هم خوانی داشته و به نوعی مکمل آن هاست و از این رو بحث های در خصوص دامنه تاثیر تهیه گزارش های CSR را به عنوان مکانیسمی برای تقویت مسئولیت پذیری های اجتماعی و زیست محیطی تغذیه می کند.
نمونه مورد استفاده در این مطالعه مقطعی، شامل تمام شرکت بلژیکی ذکر شده در یورونکست بروکسل بود.


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۱٫ Introduction

Social and environmental disclosure practices have been proposed by social accounting scholars as a mechanism by which accountability duties may be discharged because they can inform a wide variety of stakeholders regarding companies’ social and environmental impacts (see Adams, 2004; Gray, Owen, & Adams, 1996; O’Dwyer, Unerman, & Hession, 2005; Unerman, 2000). To discharge accountability, however, these disclosures need to demonstrate corporate acceptance of a company’s social and environmental responsibility (Adams, 2004). According to Adams (2004); this acceptance can be demonstrated through a clear statement of values with corresponding objectives and quantified targets with expected achievement dates against which the company must report their progress. Although companies are increasingly disclosing corporate social responsibility (CSR) information (e.g., Adams, 2004; Archel, Fernández, & Larrinaga, 2008; Gray, Javad, Power, & Sinclair, 2001), it is highly questionable whether the current annual, stand-alone CSR or social and environmental reports can satisfy the increasing demand for accountability (Adams, 2004; Milne & Gray, 2007). Recently, Hopwood (2009) has voiced his impression that companies report much more on aims and intentions than on actual actions and performance. To close this gap, prior research (Adams & Harte, 2000; Adams, 2004; Adams, Hill, & Roberts, 1995; Robertson & Nicholson, 1996; van Staden & Hooks, 2007) suggests that companies should report comprehensively by providing information on their (i) aims and intentions, (ii) actions and (iii) subsequent performance concerning different CSR issues.This paper provides a content analysis framework to explore whether companies report CSR information in a comprehensive fashion. ‘Comprehensive reporting’, as interpreted in this paper, requires companies to disclose three types of information for each disclosed CSR item: (i) vision and goals (VG), (ii) management approach (MA) and (iii) performance indicators (PI). These three information types are based on Robertson and Nicholson (1996) and on Vuontisjärvi (2006), and they refer to disclosures of (i) stated aims and values, (ii) specific actions and (iii) actual performance in a quantitative way. For instance, for the CSR item ‘emissions’, this approach means that a company discloses, e.g., (i) the aim to reduce emissions by a specified quantity, (ii) the specific actions to realize this intention and (iii) the actual reduction achieved. If a company reports in this way, it is possible to obtain a clearer view of the company’s acceptance of its social and environmental responsibility, allowing the presented information to be placed in context (Adams, 2004). As such, comprehensive reporting is one of the conditions that need to be fulfilled to demonstrate accountability (e.g., Adams & Harte, 2000; Adams, 2004). Many academic papers (e.g., Al-Tuwaijri, Christensen, & Hughes, 2004; Cormier, Magnan, & Van Velthoven, 2005; Gray, Kouhy, & Lavers, 1995; Wiseman, 1982) have looked at whether CSR disclosures are qualitative or quantitative. However, to our knowledge, no attempts have been made to systematically assess whether companies report comprehensively on specific CSR items. This paper addresses this limitation by developing a content analysis framework that reveals the comprehensiveness of CSR reporting by capturing not only (i) the disclosed CSR items but also (ii) the accompanying information types (VG, MA and PI). Due to these different information types, the proposed content analysis structure is among the first to capture the contextualization of CSR disclosures. By providing an indication of both the completeness (i.e., number of disclosed CSR items) and the comprehensiveness of CSR reporting, the developed content analysis structure gives a clearer indication of the extent to which an organization is accountable to its stakeholders (Mathews, 1997). To demonstrate the feasibility of the developed framework in assessing the two dimensions of CSR reporting previously indicated, a content analysis is conducted on the 2005 annual reports of a sample of Belgian listed companies. The main reason for choosing this sample is that, while reporting patterns have been explored in many different national contexts, to our knowledge, no academic study to date has focused on Belgium (see Thomson, 2007). The 2005 annual reports are selected for analysis because these reports were the most recently available annual reports at the start of this research project.1 The discussion section indicates that the insights provided by the 2005 reports are still relevant today. Furthermore, these 2005 findings are briefly discussed in relation to current knowledge of the companies’ CSR performance. Without a doubt, Belgian companies have significant environmental and social impacts. For example, a recent OECD report (2007) revealed that the Belgian industrial sector still puts pressure on the air, soil, water and other natural resources. Although the environmental impact of Belgian companies has declined in recent years (MIRA-T, 2008; OECD, 2007), Belgian companies have been confronted with their environmental backlog from the past and have been required by both public and government agencies to clean up contaminated soil and watercourses. Furthermore, the Belgian public has always been very concerned about companies’ social impacts, especially regarding employment. This concern reflects the fact that Belgium is a country with a long tradition of social dialogue and strong union representation. Unsurprisingly, therefore, the survey of the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium (FEB) (2007) of Belgian companies revealed that companies tend to focus on the labor aspect of CSR. On July 30, 2004, Belgian citizens were dramatically reminded of the fact that companies can have a huge impact on society, while companies were reminded that communication with society can be of vital importance. On that day, a utility company increased the gas pressure in a pipeline in Ghislenghien. This pipeline, which probably had been hit by an excavator of a construction company some weeks earlier, exploded. The explosion killed 24 people and injured 132, and it was so intense that people suffered fatal burns in their cars while driving on the highway E429 that passes near Ghislenghien. Immediately after the disaster, it became clear that the utility company should have communicated more effectively the positions of their pipelines with construction companies, local authorities and Belgian citizens. Due to the temporal proximity to the Ghislenghien disaster, the analysis of the 2005 annual reports provides interesting information because the utility company that owned the gas pipeline is included in the sample and discussed in detail in this article. The paper is structured as follows. Section 2 situates the concept of comprehensive reporting in the accountability literature and is followed by the development and detailed description of the content analysis framework in Section 3. The results of the application of the content analysis to the sample of Belgian companies are presented in Section 4, which also illustrates the feasibility of the developed framework to answer a variety of research questions. Section 5 discusses the limitations ofthis study and offers some directions for future research. Finally, Section 6 discusses the findings and concludes with some comments on the findings’ implications for the future development of a more accountable form of CSR reporting in Belgium and beyond.


 

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عنوان فارسی مقاله: تهیه گزارشی از مسئولیت پذیری اجتماعی شرکت ها: تصویری جامع؟
عنوان انگلیسی مقاله: Corporate social responsibility reporting: A comprehensive picture
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