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Case Studies and Best Practices: The Case of Casio Computer Co. Ltd

In: Environmental Accounting and Reporting


  • Ninel Nesheva-Kiosseva

    (New Bulgarian University)


The Japanese experience in environmental accounting and reporting dates back to a quarter of a century. It is indicative of how corporations themselves have found the needs to create environmental accounts for more accurate accounting of costs and defining the objectives of development, for a better and more detailed management. Along with this, the Japanese experience is valuable for countries that have not yet developed their own system of environmental reporting, such as Bulgaria. The Japanese experience also shows the fruitful interaction between government, corporations, and accounting science.

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  • Ninel Nesheva-Kiosseva, 2017. "Case Studies and Best Practices: The Case of Casio Computer Co. Ltd," CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance, in: Environmental Accounting and Reporting, chapter 0, pages 387-400, Springer.
  • Handle: RePEc:spr:csrchp:978-3-319-50918-1_9
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-50918-1_9

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