An ontological model for corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting based on global reporting initiative GRI G4
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The aim of this research is to develop a Model for CSR Reporting based on the Global Reporting initiative, GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines G4, using an ontological approach. This Model can be used as a shared vocabulary and knowledge base. This research adopts a combination of methodologies to develop the CSR reporting ontology. This includes four phases: Specification, conceptualization, formalization, and implementation. The specification phase defines the purpose and the scope. Conceptualization identifies the Conceptual Model. Formalization transforms the Conceptual Model using a Unified Modeling Language (UML) by following a top-down hierarchy approach. Implementation encodes the formalized Model using OWL. The resulting ontological Model for CSR Reporting users is based on GRI G4 and can be automatically processed. [Ilham Yaldo & Hai Dong]
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