Corporate Social Responsibility Accounting: Case of Vietnamese Enterprises

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Thi Thu Hoai Pham , Thi Ngoc Ha Tran ,

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Volume 8 - June 2019 (06)

Abstract

An overview article on corporate social responsibility accounting for Vietnamese enterprises. Accounting is the process of observing measurement, recording and conveying information. Therefore, corporate social responsibility accounting, too, includes activities of identifying corporate social responsibility, measuring corporate social responsibility and finally recording and communicating information about commune responsibilities. Business association

Keywords

corporate social responsibility, corporate social responsibility accounting, Vietnam

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