Corporate Social Responsibility accounting in the context of the selected cultural aspects of the twenty-first century
Aleksandra Banaszkiewicz and
Ewa Makowska ()
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Ewa Makowska: Nicolaus Copernicus University
Copernican Journal of Finance & Accounting, 2012, vol. 1, issue 1, 9-22
In the reality of today’s economy, financial analysis and quantity and valuable reports appear to be an inadequate source of information, because they are restricted only to the data concerning the financial situation of a specific situation unit. Society is also interested in information on the relationship of its surroundings. Accounting is becoming therefore a difficult task to reflect new processes in the organization, which has so far not been the object of it interest. At the junction of Corporate Social Responsibility and the accounting is so new financial statement called CSR report. This article focuses on selected aspects of culture, such as activities to protect the environment and society that need to take interest in accounting. These treatments have been transferred from everyday life to the business world and inevitably forced to take into account the new trends in the current practice of cultural activities.
Keywords: CSR; CSR Accounting; CSR raport (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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