Corporate Social Accounting Disclosure in Thailand: Towards an Appreciation
AbstractLittle is known of the actualities or possibilities of corporate social reporting in Thailand. This study aims to move towards an appreciation of this neglected but important area. Our concern is to gain insights into and to critically appraise various dimensions of these annual reports so as to contribute to a critique of corporate social disclosures in Thailand.
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