Corporate and Social Responsibility Research Paper by Research Group

Corporate and Social Responsibility
A study conducted into the need for and feasibility of social responsibility by corporations.
# 27264 | 15,228 words | 47 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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A report on a study conducted into banking and corporate decision making as it effects the society and environment in which the company is based. The paper looks at the effects accountability has on whether companies are socially and environmentally responsible. The purpose of this study is to assess the feasibility of integrating sustainable development generally and ASD more specifically into financial accounting analyzes used by commercial banks in the decision-making process for the extension of business loans.

Introduction and statement of the problem
Purpose of the study
Definition of terms
Overview of the study
Literature Review
Valuing Environmental Damage
Corporate Social Responsibility
Activity-Based Accounting and Management
Research Design
Case Study Structure
Survey Research Structure
Combined Research Design Summary
Data Analysis
Summary and Conclusions
Summary of the Study

From the Paper:

"Each of the research questions was answered in the affirmative. The experiences of corporations, such as Fujitsu, that have implemented ASD systems have demonstrated the compatibility of ASD systems with standard financial accounting systems. The ASD system also has proved to be both effective and valuable to the companies. The experiences are strong indications that the implementation of an ASD system is not inconsistent with preserving the integrity of both the financial accounting system and the ASD system within a company."

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