Lee, Ki-Hoon

Accounting for Sustainability: Asia Pacific Perspectives

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Table of contents

1. Asia Pacific Perspectives on Accounting for Sustainability: An Introduction
Ki-Hoon Lee, Stefan Schaltegger

Part I. National Culture and Sustainability Accounting in the Asia Pacific Region

2. Cultural Relevance in Environmental and Sustainability Management Accounting (EMA) in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Link Between Cultural Values and Accounting Values Towards EMA Values
Ki-Hoon Lee, David M. Herold

3. Country Readiness in Adopting Integrated Reporting: A Diamond Theory Approach from an Asian Pacific Economy
A. D. Nuwan Gunarathne, Samanthi Senaratne

4. Corporate Values and Corporate Social Responsibility Communication Strategies in a Small Economy
Rashid Ameer, Radiah Othman

Part II. Environmental and Sustainability Performance Measurement and Management

5. Managing Eco-efficiency Development for Sustainability: An Investigation of Top Carbon Polluters in Australia
Wei Qian, Amanpreet Kaur, Stefan Schaltegger

6. The Role of Business Collaboration on Sustainable Performance: Evidence from Indonesia
Riana Sitawati, Lanita Winata

7. Final Ecosystem Services for Corporate Metrics and Performance
Charles Rhodes, John Finisdore, Anthony Dvarskas, Joël Houdet, Joel Corona, Simone Maynard

Part III. Environmental Management Accounting: Material Flows, Cost Accounting, and Business Cases

8. Cost Behavior of Environmental Protection and Social Contribution Activities: Korean Evidence
Keun-Hyo Yook, Il-Woon Kim

9. Application of MFCA with LEAN to Improve Pajama Production Process: A Case Study of Confederate International Co., Ltd
Wichai Chattinnawat, Warangkana Suriya, Parichat Jindapanpisan

10. Is Japanese Material Flow Cost Accounting Useful To Vietnam? A Case Study of a Vietnamese Seafood Processing Company
Den Thi Thu Nguyen

Part IV. Sustainability Reporting: Challenges and Approaches

11. The Functional Differentiation Between the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) in the Sphere of Sustainability Reporting
Kensuke Ogata, Sadako Inoue, Atsuki Ueda, Hiroyuki Yagi

12. Determinants of Voluntary Environmental Reporting by New Zealand Regional Councils
Radiah Othman, Nirmala Nath, Fawzi Laswad

Keywords: Business and Management, Corporate Environmental Management, Accounting/Auditing, Sustainability Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, Project Management

Publication year
Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science
Page amount
20 pages
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