This thesis investigates the state of Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure (CSRD) practice in Libya. It encompasses a detailed description and theoretical interpretation of this practice in light of the social significance of accounting education. To achieve this aim, a triangulation approach is employed in the thesis. This approach includes content analysis, survey questionnaires and interviews.
|Date of Award||Oct 2018|
|Supervisor||Steve Reeve (Supervisor), Rosie Boxer (Supervisor) & Kenneth D’Silva (Supervisor)|
Corporate social responsibility disclosure: theory and empirical insights from the Libyan Extractive Sector (2009-2014) and related accounting education considerations
Mahmes, K. A. M. (Author). Oct 2018
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis