Sustainability Reporting in Ireland: An Assessment of the Non-Financial Disclosures of the Top 100 Firms. Gerard Mullally and Tara Mullally, University College Cork. Paper to be Presented at the GIN Conference, July 2-5, Cardiff. Background to the Irish Case.
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Gerard Mullally and Tara Mullally, University College Cork
Paper to be Presented at the GIN Conference, July 2-5, Cardiff
Focus on Corporate Environmental Reporting and Corporate Social Reporting
(O’ Dwyer and Gray, 1998; O’ Dwyer 2000; O’ Dwyer 2001a; O’ Dwyer 2001b; O Dwyer 2001c, O Dwyer 2002, O’ Dwyer 2003a, O’ Dwyer 2003b, O’ Dwyer, Unerman and Bradley, 2005).
Some recent attention to social and ethical reporting
(O’ Dwyer, 2000)
(Douglas, Doris and Johnston, 2004)
Latterly to awareness raising on sustainability reporting
(Linehan, 2002; Kennelly and Bradley 2005; O’ Dwyer, 2001c.).Research on Sustainability Reporting in Ireland