Edited by David Crowther and Linne Lauesen
Chapter 16: Interviews as an instrument to explore management motivation for corporate social and environmental reporting
Interview as a research method is crucial to understand the deep motivation behind the corporate social and environmental reporting practices. This chapter documents the use of the interview method within social and environmental accounting research and finds that using interviews as the procedure of securing knowledge in relation to motivation behind corporate social and environmental reporting is relatively new. The significance of the use of such method to support social and environmental accounting research is also discussed in this chapter.
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