The quest for the 'Holy Grail' of integrated financial and CSR reporting
Companies should issue one report for stakeholders, argue Robert Eccles and Michael Krzus.
John Elkington, the founder of SustainAbility who developed the concept of, and coined the term, “triple bottom line reporting” in 1994, recently referred to the integration of financial and corporate social responsibility reporting as the “Holy Grail” of corporate public disclos…
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