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The social role of accounting: views and perceptions of the accounting community in Libya towards corporate social responsibility and accountability

@inproceedings{Abdulhamid2005TheSR,
  title={The social role of accounting: views and perceptions of the accounting community in Libya towards corporate social responsibility and accountability},
  author={Mashat A. Abdulhamid and R. Ritchie and Christopher J. Lovatt and J. Pratten},
  year={2005}
}
The paper explores views and perceptions amongst members of the accounting community in Libya regarding the perceived basic features of the current corporate reporting and disclosure practices of the Libyan Business Organisations (LBOs). Extending these practices to embrace reporting and disclosure of social and environmental related information (CSR), and the extent to which notions of corporate social responsibility and accountability are acceptable in Libya are examined. Five groups of… Expand

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