Determinants and recent development of sustainability reporting of banks in developing countries: The case of Bangladesh
MetadataShow full item record
The paper reports recent initiatives and development of sustainability reporting from the banking sectors of a developing country (specifically from Bangladesh). It also identifies potential factors that could influence sustainability reporting in the context of banks in Bangladesh. A theoretical framework has been developed through the lens of new institutional sociology (NIS), strategic response and legitimacy theory. The framework could be useful to understand factors that stimulate commercial banks of Bangladesh in respect of sustainability reporting practices. Moreover, the framework would encourage academics to test empirically in future.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Drivers and Barriers of Corporate Social and Environmental Reporting (CSER) Practices in a Developing Country: Evidence from BangladeshHossain, Mohammad; Rowe, Anna; Quaddus, Mohammed (2012)Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to provide insights into the drivers and barriers of corporate social and environmental responsibility (CSER) practices and reporting in Bangladesh by seeking the views of twenty ...
Hossain, Mohammad; Rowe, Anna; Quaddus, Mohammed (2012)Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the current trends of corporate social and environmental reporting of the top 20 companies on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), Bangladesh.Design/methodology and approach- ...
An AHP-QFD Integrated Approach to Meet Three Dimensional Environmental Value Requirements in Sustainable E-Business ModellingDewan, Mohammed Naim A.; Biswas, Nasrin; Chowdhury, Md. Maruf Hossan; Quaddus, Mohammed (2013)It is surprising that although ‘e-business’ and ‘sustainability’ are the two current major global trends but none of the e-business modelling ideas covers the sustainability aspects of the business. Environmental value ...