Issues in Social and Environmental Accounting

Subject Coverage

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Environmental accounting
  • Social accounting
  • Ethical issues in accounting and financial reporting
  • Corporate governance and accountability
  • Accounting for the Costs and Benefits of CSR-related Activities
  • Accounting and Disclosure of Environmental Liabilities
  • Corporate Environmental Strategy
  • Corporate Social Performance
  • Corporate social responsibility and management control
  • Corporate social responsiveness
  • Triple bottom line performance

Issues In Social and Environmental Accounting (Issues in SEA) is an international journal published quarterly. Issues in SEA is networking and dissemination means of practices and theory of social and environmental accounting by people concerned with that field. In the journal, prospective authors can view the company's social and environmental performance from management or financial accounting perspective. The parties involved in this journal are scholars from so many countries, including: Indonesia, USA, Canada, UK, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Ireland, Korea, Jordan, Mexico, Hong Kong, China, Austria, Malaysia, Japan, and India.

Problems of social and environmental in general and in accounting context in specific are not only local problem, but they have also embraced all over the world. It is necessary for us to share and cooperate to make better the corporate financial, social and environmental performance reflecting the three Ps: profit, people, and Planet. We highly hope you, as one of people who are very concerned with the dissemination of that field, can share to achieve this goal.

Issues in SEA is a peer-reviewed or refereed journal.  All articles submitted by potential contributors from all over the world to the center (Indonesian Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research and Development (ICSEARD)) are administered by editors. They are then evaluated using the blind review method. From the result of peer-reviewing process the articles could be categorised as accepted for publication, accepted with minor revision, accepted with major revision, or rejected for publication. The Centre then produces the refereed articles by editorial boards and approved by editors advisors in form of the internationally accepted journal.

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Vol 6, No 1/2 (2012)

Table of Contents


Editorial Notes Embracing the Demands of Scholarship? PDF
Rob Gray 1-3
Standalone CSR Reports: A Canadian Analysis PDF
Lois S. Mahoney 4-25
Facilitating Corporate Entrepreneurship in Public Sector Higher Education Institutions: A Conceptual Model PDF
Javed Nayyar Malik, Rosli Bin Mahmood 26-49
A proposed scholarly framework for measuring business responsibility to climate change in South Africa PDF
Godwell Nhamo, René Swart 50-71
Corporate Governance in PT Lippo Karawaci Tbk PDF
Retno Kusumastuti, Azhar Kasim 72-96
Corporate Decision Making and Socio- Environmental Investments In Brazil: An Analysis Based On Social Audits PDF
André Luiz Bufoni, Aracéli Cristina de Sousa Ferreira, Márcia da Silva Carvalho 97-122
Characteristic and Preferences of Green Consumer Stratification As Bases to Formulating Marketing Strategies of Ecolabel-Certified Furniture PDF
Ririn Wulandari, Budi Suharjo, Agus W. Soehadi, Herry Purnomo 123-141
Book Review - Just Transitions: Explorations of Sustainability in an Unfair World PDF
Dewi Fitriasari 142-149
CALL FOR PAPERS-Issues In Social and Environmental Accounting PDF
Hasan Fauzi 150

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